FilGoal | News | Riot, video and crazy opportunities. Galatasaray emerges unscathed from Marseille cemetery in the 106-minute match


Turkey’s Galatasaray Olympique Marseille tied 0-0 at Veldrum Stadium, in the second round of Group E of the European League.

The match witnessed the presence of the Egyptian international, Mostafa Mohamed, on the bench of the Galatasaray bench without participating in the match.

Galatasaray raised his score to 4 points at the top of the group, while Marseille won its second point in third place.

Mustafa Mohammed

The player loaned from Zamalek, participated in one minute as a substitute against Lazio in the first round, before watching the entire Marseille match from the bench.

The coach, Fatih Tarim, preferred to push the Turkish international Khalil Dervichjlo in the center of the striker, and during the meeting he pushed the Senegalese Mbaye Diagne and the Dutchman Ryan Babel in the second half as offensive cards.

Therefore, Mustafa Mehmet’s first goal with Galatasaray this season is postponed.


The last moments of the first half, specifically the 38th minutePlay was stopped due to the clash of the fans of the two teams in the stands and the exchange of fireworks.

The riot caused the security men to intervene, and Polish referee Pavel Rakovsky stopped the match until the atmosphere calmed down.

Then Galatasaray coach Fatih Tarim went to his fans and spoke with them personally to stop the riot, and captain Fernando Muslera followed him.

After a long pause, play was resumed with 8 minutes of added time without any change in the score.

French hurricane

In the second half, coach Jorge Sampaoli’s battalion attacked fiercely, threatening Musleras goal on more than one occasion.

The 60th minute witnessed the header of Bamba Diang of Marseille, which bounced off the crossbar and passed in front of Matteo Guendouzi strangely in front of the line.

And in the 77th minute, Marseille got a penalty kick after a foul on Guendouzi.

But after a long pause to review the shot, the referee went to the small screen and made his decision after several minutes that there was no violation and reversed his decision.

Galatasaray continued to hold on, while the referee awarded 8 minutes of injury time again, which was not enough for the hosts to achieve their first victory.

In another match in the same group, Italy’s Lazio awoke with a 2-0 victory over its Russian guest, Lokomotiv Moscow, at the Olympic Games.

Croatian Toma Pasic scored Lazios first goal in the 13th minute, before Spaniard Patrick added a second goal in the 38th minute from his compatriot Luis Alberto.

Lazio scored the first 3 points in the group and jumped to second place, while Lokomotiv Moscow stuck at a single point in the last place.


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