Alexis quickly recovered from the lost penalty keeping his team at the top of Le Championnat with a phenomenal goal.
Together with his Olympic MarseilleAlexis Sánchez -who had just stood out but missed a penalty- scored a goal and triumphed at the Association de la Jeunesse Auxerroise, better known as the auxerrein a duel that marked the sixth day of Ligue 1, one in which both OM, PSG and Lens landed as the great leaders, with 13 points for a shared record of 4-1-0, so with their fifth celebration (Gerson made the first) the Focenses remained leaders for at least a few hours.
It was, on top of that, the last test for the Wonder Boy – Colombian Suárez’s backup and scorer 5 minutes from time – and company before the continental debut in the Champions League against Tottenham next Wednesday in London. For the former Arsenal, a totally positive balance: he took care of his strength before the Champions League and came to destroy the rival’s last chances of taking something with a touch of quality according to his category. Another dream Saturday for Chile’s historic scorer.
- 85′GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL! ALEXIS SANCHEZ GOAL! Harit put it together, Guendouzi assisted behind and the Wonder Boy leaves Costil standing with a shot adjusted to the goal’s right post, first and inside edge.
- On 67 ‘Costil stretched in time to avoid the goal of an Alexis Sánchez who entered very actively for the final half hour and in the first he had finished low, cornered and surprisingly, but he was going to find the accurate response of the rival goal.
- In the 39th minute, Kaboré raised it to a Clauss who struck first at the second post and deflected his intervention by a short distance.
- Mensah, at around 35′, drew his left foot from a distance but Pau López understood that the shot was going too straight and raised his hands to contain it without complications.
- Gerson’s goal, who completed what Ünder couldn’t (8′)
In GOAL We show you the numbers of Alexis Sánchez’s fifth game with Marseille: