OM 1-2 OM: Your Olympien of the Game is . . .

08 feb 2016
Camille Daurès
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Yannick Parienti / 2016
Who stood out during the Classique between OM and PSG? Here are the results.
1/ Lassana Diarra -50.18%

And to think that he's had only two practices for his legs. And to think he hasn't played for almost three weeks. Lassana Diarra has still not finished surprising us. A starting player against PSG, the midfielder played an almost perfect game. Michel even mentioned it in his press conference: "Lass is indispensable." Diarra won 12 duels and recovered 12 balls, more than any other player. Lass even went so far as betting a little on Di Maria.
His technical ease impressed the Parisians and pleased the Marseillaise public, who had shown up in force for the occasion.
Lassana met every expectation and mostly lived up to the expectations of this Classique. His excellent playing earned him a place in the Team of the Day with the high grade of 7/10.
With more than half of the votes, it was obvious that Lassana Diarra is your Olympien of the game.

2/ Rémy Cabella - 37.14%

His goal gave some hope to the Olympiens' fans. Following a superb individual action, Rémy Cabella responded to Zlatan Ibrahimovic's opening goal by getting past Trapp with a kick close to the ground. The Olympiens' No. 3 energized the team's game by being the originator of several Marseillaise plays. He also got some fouls that resulted in corner kicks and free kicks, which unfortunately didn't help.
With 37.14% of the votes, Rémy Cabella is on the second step of the podium.

3/ Mauricio Isla - 3.21%

With his great performance, Mauricio Isla's breakthroughs and accelerations gave his Parisian opponents a lot of trouble. His partnership with Lassana Diarra worked very well. The pair even dominated the Parisian midfield.
With 3.21% of the votes, Mauricio Isla is on the third step of the podium. 

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