Auxerre-OM (0-2): the notes of the match – Daily Mercato

Auxerre’s notes: powerless AJA Promoted to the elite of French football, Auxerre could not cope with OM (0-2) on Saturday afternoon at the Abbé-Deschamps on behalf of the sixth day of Ligue 1, despite a quarter of an hour of interesting play after returning from the locker room. In front of the defense, captain Birama Touré (3/10) had a complicated meeting, while Gauthier Hein (6/10) was interesting from his right lane. Auxerre’s scores in L’Équipe Costil (6) – Joly (5), Jubal (4), Coeff (4), Mensah (5) – Touré (3) – Hein (6), Sakhi (4), Raveloson (3), Autret (4) – Da Costa (4) OM’s notes: solid Marseille A few days before an already very important trip to London to face Tottenham in the Champions League, OM won in Auxerre a fifth success in six Ligue 1 matches this season and still remain undefeated, like PSG, OL and Lens. Interestingly, the teammates of the very good Chancel Mbemba (7/10) and Sead Kolasinac (7/10) have not conceded a single goal for three games. Announced on the departure this summer, Cengiz Ünder (6/10 in L’Équipe, 6.7/10 in La Provence) showed good dispositions and desire in Burgundy. Author of the opener, Gerson (6/10 in L’Équipe, 7.3/10 in La Provence) also convinced. Came in place of a Luis Suarez (4/10 in L’Équipe, 5.3 in La Provence) somewhat in the hard, Alexis Sanchez (not rated) sealed the victory of OM, on an action initiated by Amine Harit (not rated). OM’s ratings in L’Équipe Lopez (6) – Mbemba (7), Balerdi (6), Kolasinac (7) – Kaboré (5), Rongier (6), Veretout (6), Clauss (4) – Ünder (6), Gerson (6) – Suarez (4) OM scores in La Provence Lopez (6) – Mbemba (7), Balerdi (6), Kolasinac (7) – Kaboré (5), Rongier ( 6), Veretout (6.3), Clauss (5.7) – Under (6.7), Gerson (7.3) – Suarez (5.3)