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Referee: Lahoz A. (Esp)
Venue: Estádio do Dragão (Porto)
FC Porto beat Marseille 3-0 in Group C on Tuesday, inflicting a record 12th consecutive defeat in the Champions League on the French club and leaving Andre Villas-Boas's team on the brink of elimination.Moussa Marega, Sergio Oliveira with a penalty and Luis Diaz found the back of the net, while Dimitri Payet missed an early penalty for Marseille.
The result meant Porto stay second on six points, three behind Manchester City who maintained their perfect record with a 3-0 win over Olympiakos.OM, the 1993 champions, have now matched Belgian side Anderlecht's infamous record in the Champions League from 2003-2005, and have not scored a goal since Souleymane Diawara did in 2013 in a 2-1 defeat against Borussia Dortmund.
Marseille's last win in Europe's premium club competition came in 2012, when they beat Inter Milan 1-0 in the first leg of their round-of-16 tie.Villas-Boas, who coached Porto to a Europa League title and a domestic double in 2010-11, was frank about his side's performance."In order to be s--- in the Champions League, you have to at least qualify for the Champions League. We did it and we are being s---," the Portuguese boss said.
FC Porto entertain Olympique de Marseille in this UEFA Champions League (UCL) Group C fixture, having lost just two of their 12 UCL fixtures vs French opposition (W5, D5, L2). Additionally, Porto’s three victories across their four UCL group stage H2Hs against Marseille have seen them take a one-goal margin lead at HT.
On the domestic front, however, with just ten points after matchday six (W3, D1, L2), the hosts are currently on their worst start to a new Primeira Liga (PL) campaign since 1972/73! Encouragingly though, the ‘Dragões’ have won their last six UCL group stage home fixtures, while keeping a first-half clean sheet on each occasion.
Visitors Marseille have started their new UCL group stage campaign where they left it seven years ago, as their two UCL losses to date have made it 11 consecutive defeats in the competition. The fact they have lost all but one of their previous seven European fixtures on Portuguese’ soil is particularly concerning.
When bringing domestic form into consideration, the visitors are on a run of 12 consecutive Ligue 1 (L1) road trips without a loss (W9, D3), with ‘Les Olympiens’ netting first in eight of those victories. Fans should expect a lively start, as the opener has been scored before the 25th minute in four of Marseille’s last five UCL group stage away matches.
Players to watch: Sérgio Oliveira has scored in each of Porto’s last two competitive matches – both came inside the last ten minutes of either half.
Florian Thauvin has been the game’s first goalscorer in each of his three goalscoring L1 games this term, with Marseille emerging victorious on each occasion.
Hot streak: Marseille have failed to score before HT in each of their seven European away games vs Portuguese opposition.
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