Champions League: Richarlison scores a double to give a 2-0 win to Tottenham Hotspur over Olympique Marseille

LONDON. Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Olympique Marseille: overcomes 2-0 after Richarlison scores a double.

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LONDON. Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Olympique Marseille: defeats 2-0 after Richarlison scores 2 goals.

The match was held at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Stadium in London on Wednesday and this began at 7:00 pm UTC. The referee was Slavko Vinčić who was helped by Tomaž Klančnik and Andraž Kovačič. The 4th official was Matej Jug. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant around 17.4 degrees Celsius or 63.34 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 82%.​

Match Statistics

The ball possession was identical with both team possessing the ball for 50% of the time.

There wasn’t much of a difference in ball possession. Tottenham Hotspur was in possession of the ball for 50% of the time vs. Olympique Marseille that controlled the ball for 50% of the time.

Olympique Marseille was more aggressive with 50 dangerous attacks and 8 shots of which 1 were on target. Even so, Tottenham Hotspur succeeded in find the solution to win this encounter.​

Tottenham Hotspur shot 18 times, 2 on target, 16 off target. On the opposite side, Olympique Marseille shot 8 times, 1 on target, 7 off target.

Cards

Tottenham Hotspur received 2 yellow cards (E. Dier and Son Heung-Min). On the opposite side, Olympique Marseille received 2 yellow cards (E. Bailly and J. Clauss).

Also, Olympique Marseille didn’t manage to end the match with 11 players after C. Mbemba (Olympique Marseille) was sent out after receiving a straight red card in the (48′).

After playing this contest, Tottenham Hotspur has 0 points to occupy the 3rd place in the standings. while Olympique Marseille stays with 0 points (2nd).

Match Events

  • 48'
    48'

    C. Mbemba

  • 49'
    49'

    E. Bailly

  • 51'
    51'

    L. Balerdi

    Gerson

  • 53'
    53'

    E. Dier

  • 61'
    61'

    D. Kulusevski

    Emerson Royal

  • 65'
    65'

    Son Heung-Min

  • 70'
    70'

    J. Clauss

  • 70'
    70'

    S. Kolasinac

    J. Clauss

  • 71'
    71'

    A. Harit

    L. Suarez

  • 73'
    73'

    B. Davies

    C. Lenglet

  • 73'
    73'

    J. Tanganga

    C. Romero

  • 76'
    76'

    Richarlison

  • 81'
    81'

    Richarlison

  • 86'
    86'

    Y. Bissouma

    R. Bentancur

  • 86'
    86'

    M. Doherty

    Son Heung-Min

  • 88'
    88'

    P. Gueye

    J. Veretout

  • 88'
    88'

    C. Under

    S. Gigot

Next match

In the upcoming Champions League match, Tottenham Hotspur will play away against Sporting CP on the 13th of September with a 0-0 head to head.

Olympique Marseille will host Eintracht Frankfurt on the 13th of September with a 2-0 head to head statistic in favor of Eintracht Frankfurt (0 draws).

Tottenham Hotspur: Formation and Lineups

Tottenham Hotspur adopted the 3-4-2-1 line-up (3-4-2-1).

The manager Antonio Conte chose to play with the following team: Hugo Lloris (7.1), Cristian Romero (7.1), Eric Dier (6.5), Clément Lenglet (6.8), Emerson Royal (7.1), Rodrigo Bentancur (7.1), Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (7.4), Ivan Perišić (7.1), Richarlison (8.6), Heung-min Son (6.5) and Harry Kane (6.9).

Substitutes

Tottenham Hotspur made 5 changes: Emerson Royal for D. Kulusevski (61′), C. Lenglet for B. Davies (74′), C. Romero for J. Tanganga (74′), R. Bentancur for Y. Bissouma (86′) and Son Heung-Min for M. Doherty (86′).

Top player: Richarlison

The player who no doubt impressed Tottenham Hotspur the most was Richarlison.

His rating is (8.6) with 2 goals, 25 passes (68% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 4 duels out of 11.

Olympique Marseille: Formation and Lineups

Also Olympique Marseille adopted the 3-4-2-1 line-up (3-4-2-1).

On the other side, Igor Tudor played with: Pau López (6.1), Chancel Mbemba (7.0), Eric Bailly (6.7), Samuel Gigot (7.0), Jonathan Clauss (6.6), Valentin Rongier (6.8), Jordan Veretout (7.1), Nuno Tavares (5.4), Gerson (6.5), Mattéo Guendouzi (7.4) and Luis Javier Suárez (7.3).

Substitutes

Olympique Marseille made 5 changes: Gerson for L. Balerdi (51′), J. Clauss for S. Kolasinac (70′), L. Suarez for A. Harit (71′), J. Veretout for P. Gueye (88′) and S. Gigot for C. Under (88′).

Top player: Mattéo Guendouzi

The player who no doubt impressed Olympique Marseille the most was Mattéo Guendouzi.

His rating is (7.4) with 46 passes (86% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 3 duels out of 3. He performed 1 cross.

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