Raining goals

05 Oct 2013
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Y. Parienti / OM.net 2013
In Week 6 of the U17 National League, Thierry Rodriguez's Marseille side didn't hold back against Cannes on Sunday.

OM 6-1 Cannes
Half-time: 2-0
Week 6 U17 National League (Group D)
Stade Roger Lebert
Referees: Corentin Duthoit assisted by Jérémy Momprive and Cyril Barghini – Delegate: Victoir Vitry
Goals: Porsan (31', pen. 58'), Genty (36'), Libotte (54'), Fonovich (pen. 70'), Dogoui (78') for OM ; Martin (56') for Cannes
Bookings: Fonovich (62'), Taieb (71') for OM ; Faid for Cannes
OM: Baconnier – Bechar (cap), Taieb, Felicianne, Soilihi – Libotte, Lovera (Bondon, 65'), Genty, Fonovich – Lopez (Boutobba (68'), Porsan (Dogoui, 68')
Coach: Thierry Rodriguez
Cannes: De Jesus Do Adro – Belaid (cap), Scotto, Faid, Cretinoir (Crabowski, 58') – Franciette, Gbizie, Mendes Da Silva, Rodrigues – Martin (Zine El abidine, 79'), Durozier
Coach: Pierre Sage

On Saturday a violent storm thundered over Marseille and it was raining goals at the the Stade Roger Lebert much to the delight of the fans that were present in the ninth sector of Marseille for the U17's match against Cannes.

6-1! Marseille domination was apparent from the outset with Thierry Rodriguez's side carving out seven chances in the opening 30 minutes, against just two for Cannes. The eighth opportunity proved the good one, scored by Jérémie Porsan who did it all on his own after winning back possession, beating his man and sliding the ball beyond the 'keeper. OM made it 2-0 five minutes later via Lucas Genty. The midfielder inherited possession 20m out and curled a brilliant shot home. It was 2-0 at the break after more than ten goal-scoring chances... but that was only the beginning.

In the second half, OM took complete control. Libotte met Fonovich's cross to make it 3-0. Cannes then reduced their arrears, but the young Marseille side reacted immediately. Lopez earned the penalty that Porsan put away for his double. With 20 minutes left to play, OM had another penalty. Fonovich tucked the ball away. Dogoui then scored a stunning header from Libotte's cross. It could have even been worse when they hit the crossbar and Bechar had a number of good chances.
OM recorded a massive win after dominating from A to Z.