Granville 0-1 OM: you kep your qualification

05 mar 2016
Par 
Frédéric Rostain
Photos © 
Yannick Parienti / OM.net 2016
For a large majority of voters, the qualification is the highlight of the match between OM and US Granville.

Thursday evening, in Caen, in the Michel d'Ornano filled to the rims, the Olympiens qualified for the semi-finals of the Coupe de France by beating Granville, a team playing in CFA2. After SM Caen, Montpellier, Trélissac and now Granville, the OM continues its path in the 2015-16 Coupe de France. For nearly 58% of you, this was the highlight of the meeting.

Before the game, many thought that, because of the four divisions separating OM and Granville, that the game would be unbalanced. But Marseille encountered a valiant Norman team that did not let itself be trampled upon. The men of Michel waited until the start of the second period to catch up, and finally OM prevailed only by the smallest of margins. Over 20,000 Granville supporters came to contest the win dearly. You are a little over 25% to think this the highlight of the game.

You are about 12% to note a statistic that has not gone unnoticed in OM's path in the Coupe de France. 0-0 against Caen, 2-0 against Montpellier, 0-2 against Trélissac and 0-1 against Granville, Marseille has never conceded a goal during their path in the Coupe de France. This solid defense, if it continues, could very well open the doors of the final for them in the Stade de France.
Finally, you are a little less than 5% to highlight Michy Batshuayi's new goal. In Caen, the Belgian striker has scored his 18thème goal overall, and his third in OM's last three games.

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