Peaks / Flops Montpellier – Marseille: Ferri dictated the match, and Caletta Carr saw the red – Ligue 1

Jordan Ferre’s excellent performance, the rewarding generosity of Arcadius Milic and the extremely fragile nerves of Caleta Car … Discover the best of this match between Montpellier and Marseille.


Jordan Ferry, excellent passerby
The former Lyon gave a serious performance in a completely disjointed match. With his passes, Jordan Ferry imposed his team’s game and was able to create danger from his position as the torchbearer. Twice, his passes on OM defense resulted in a goal, MHSC’s first two (1st, 47th). Ultra-precise, lengthy transmissions have permanently bothered Marseille. It was well supported in the middle by Savanier and Mollet, which is also very good.

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Arkadiusz Milik, trigger
Not necessarily more than in previous matches, Arcadius Milic stood out with his goal (43). Awesome sequence after deviating from the Camara. The pole, under control, slides the ball between Hilton’s legs and then kicks off to cool Omlin into his left foot. His best goal in Marseille shirt. For the remainder of the match, he will have spent chasing the defenders and the first relay racers from Montpellier. Successful and generous service.

Dilort Laborde, angry residents of Hérault
One scores after 27 seconds, the other after one minute and five seconds in the second half before leveling off a few moments before the final whistle. Montpellier strikers love endings. Even if they were only decisive at the start and end of the first half, the two MHSC attacks swallowed miles and did not stop harassing the ball carrier in Marseille. Asceticism is rewarded with a Labord equivalent goal with a fantastic diving header (90 + 3), which he does not envy on the ball inspired by Dilort (1st).

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Kalita Carr got everything wrong
Not necessarily all of the blame for Montpellier’s first two goals, Doge Caleta-Car punctuated her modest performance with a really silly red card. By pouring all his frustration on Samba’s ankle, the Croatian defender left his team-mates at ten in the past half hour (63). Almost unimportant dismissal because the Olympians were still able to score and take the match point despite their numbers dropping. This is the ninth red card an OM player has won this season, a European record.

Florian Thuven, he’s never dangerous
The winger, which has been repositioned in a pivotal role and in midfield more than usual, does not seem to thrive in this position. The French international has very little influence on the way his team plays and is rarely in a position to start or end the Marseille movement. His relationship with Melek isn’t really as good as early matches between the two suggested. He was never in game though with a nice shot that narrowly missed Omlin (75th).

Tess Larson

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