Soudani, a hopeful comeback against Marseille

Soudani, a hopeful comeback against Marseille
Soudani, a hopeful comeback against Marseille
Algerian striker Hilal Soudani made his return yesterday against Olympique de Marseille on behalf of the fifth day of the group stage of the Champions League. His team was already led to the score against OM by 2 to 1.

Soudani’s teammates faced the Olympique de Marseille yesterday at the Stade Vélodrome. A draw was enough for the Greek club to finish third in Group C and compete in the Europa League, but the club ultimately lost to a brace from Dimitri Payet.

Hilal Soudani, who remains an option for Djamel Belmadi, made his entry at the very end of the match. Stirring, he could have been the author of an assist without a miraculous rescue from Alvaro Gonzalez on his line. A good entry into the game for the Algerian international who will be keen to appear in the next list of the Greens.

Despite this defeat, Olympiacos is tied on points with OM (3 points) but still keeps its third place following a favorable goal average (2 goals everywhere but an away goal was scored by the Greek club). The sixth and last day will be decisive for Soudani and his comrades who will welcome FC Porto, who composted their ticket for the next round of the Champions League, while Olympique de Marseille will challenge Manchester city of Riyad Mahrez, already qualified in the round of 16.

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