* Feyenoord’s extraordinary goal against Marseille
Feyenoord Skip this Thursday Olympique Marseille In the first semi-finals of the Conference League Thanks to a goal we rarely see in professional football. The duel ended 3-2 in favor of the Dutch national team, who will travel to France next week for the return match and his dream of playing in the final of the tournament.
After the exciting first half, in which the visiting team managed to come back from 0-2 down to enter the break with a temporary tie due to shouting Gerson y Ahmadu Bamba Dengthe plugin started electrically. team led by Jorge Sampaoli He moved the ball from the center circle and after 10 seconds he was already losing 3 to 2.
This is that football players in Marseille They touched the ball back and it fell at the feet of the defender Doug Caleta Car, Who, without much thought and under pressure from the opponent, looked back at his goalkeeper. The lack of power in his touch made the attacker Cyril Desires He will run away hand in hand with the goalkeeper and set to shout third on his team, and second on his personal account.
“You had to play it more aggressively, you guys.”Network reporter shouted ESPN When he saw how the Marseille player helped him to the football player in Feyenoord In a few working views. In this way, the Dutch national team took the lead again in the match without even making a pass and squandered one of the most unusual goals of the year.
Despite this mistake that caused the defeat, the crew of Sampaoli He is one of the best candidates to retain the cup. second in French League 1The team showed a high level this season and that’s why they will play next Champions Leagueunless he suffers a football disaster in his next four performances for the domestic championship.
Victory allows the team to lead arnee hole Travel to France next Thursday with minimal benefits. while in the other key, Lister city Draw at home against Roma in England. Thus, both crossings remain open.
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