OM’s notes against PSG: Pau Lopez to blame, Dimitri Payet saved by set pieces

Pau Lopez: 4th

His dangerous exit allowed Neymar to open the gate. He wasn’t always very reassuring in the kick game, but he was non-gravity. A save on a Brazilian free-kick got him back into the game. The sequel was correct. When Kylian Mbappé took a penalty, he touched the ball.

  • In summary… An obvious mistake. Or one too many.

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Valentin Rongier: 4

He started well. Good at pressing and with his ability to turn the game around or even switch his midfielders. But he quickly waned his positive influence and Nuno Mendes, Neymar and Mbappé celebrated extensively on his side. When he conceded a penalty, he failed, the ball hit his elbow.

  • In summary… Too crumbly in the back. Crippling lack for a butt.

Replaced by Paul Lirola (77th), author of some interesting climbs.

William Saliba: 5

He exudes serenity, even at the heart of a rather average game, marked by some technical inaccuracies that don’t resemble him. His correct display could have been enhanced by the goal denied for offside at the end of the match.

  • In summary… He can do better.

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Duje Caleta car: 6th

He had the merit of being where he needed to be to set up the two teams during a mess in the six yards from Paris. Then he got stronger, in that match at the top. In addition to his passing quality, he has two mastered tackles on the Mbappé rocket to thank.

  • In summary… OM’s best player this Sunday.

Replaced by Cedric Bakambu (90 + 3), who did not get a chance to speak.

Luan Peres: 5.5

He traversed the meeting in a discreet manner. Not bad news for a centre-back. Some interventions are well felt in its surface.

  • In summary… Not thunderous, but effective.

The smile of Duje Caleta-Car, scorer this Sunday

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Gerson: 4.5

One or two sharp rushes, but that’s it. His complicity with Payet wasn’t obvious as it could have been this season. Twice he quarreled with his compatriot Marquinhos and blocked his path quite well.

  • In summary… Too neutral compared to what OM expects of him.

Cengiz Sub: 4.5

You can’t blame him for not being willing to defend himself. Ünder was valuable in impeding the Paris boom. But there was no spark from him in the attacking phases of Marseille.

  • In summary… He missed the ball impact on his foot.

Replaced by Amine Harit at halftime.

Amine Harit: 5

From the first minute he spent on the pitch he got a free kick. Harit also had a good defensive run against Achraf Hakimi. Overall it brought punch, but the soufflé fell quickly. As a ruler, he didn’t particularly shape the spirits.

  • In summary… Effect from the beginning, not transcendent thereafter.

Marquinhos once again reigned supreme against OM

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Matteo Guendouzi: 5.5

It caused an incalculable number of disturbances and alienated the Parc des Princes. He even managed to become the No. 1 target while teammate Dimitri Payet had the palm early in the game. The Marseille Stakhanovist (not a missed game this season) was quite good without excelling in functional excesses.

  • In summary… activity and malice.

Boubacar Kamara: 5

Kamara was good at recovery and game orientation, he couldn’t be decisive. In the frosty system of the Phocaeans it had only a few parallels of latitude. A ball loss in the second third clouds this rather average specimen.

  • In summary… At the peak of this game from an average level.

Jorge Sampaoli (OM) during Sunday’s game against PSG in Ligue 1.

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Pope Gueye: 4.5

He’s put in a lot of work and miles, but in a pretty chaotic way. The confidence he has shown since returning from CAN dwindled in this game against PSG.

  • In summary… A step below the latest releases.

Replaced by Bamba Dieng (81st minute), which illustrated Jorge Sampaoli’s desire to finally find himself.

Dimitri Payet: 5

Extensively booed by the park, Payet didn’t move in his “fake No. 9” costume. Disappointing in that role, he was at least good from set pieces. On Caleta-Car’s goal, his returning corner took full advantage of Gianluigi Donnarumma’s fever. A bit like Saliba (he served in the 85th minute from a free-kick), he came within inches of a good game. As OM went from a possible 2-2 draw to a 2-1 loss.
  • In summary… Saved by set pieces.
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Mattéo Guendouzi (OM), right, in battle with Neymar (PSG) – 04/17/2022

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