In difficulty in attack since the start of the season, Olympique de Marseille displays a distressing statistic in the offensive field.
The improvement will have been short-lived. If the troops of Nasser Larguet had shown themselves in a seductive light, Wednesday, during the late match against Nice(3-2), theOlympic Marseille immediately fell back into his faults, Saturday, facing Nantes (1-1). This time, the tenure of Luis Henrique, Dieng and Khaoui, which had breathed fresh air against the Aiglons, did not change the case.
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Because if the OM preserved the essential by snatching the draw in the last moments of the meeting (1-1), the Marseillais delivered a new service without flavor. The defensive face of the Canaries certainly did not help, but the statistics of the meeting say a lot about the performance of the vice-champions of France. Despite 67% possession, the Olympians have indeed shot only six times on goal, as much as the Nantes. A service in Marseille standards.
Since the start of the season, OM have only shot 235 times on goal and have therefore averaged 9.4 shots per game. This is nothing less than the lowest ratio among the twenty Ligue 1 teams. Only three other teams emerge with fewer shots per match: Nîmes (9.9), Dijon (9.8) and Reims (9.7 ). This does not prevent the Marseillais from counting 33 goals on the clock and thus being the ninth most prolific attack in the championship. At least the Marseille attackers are showing some efficiency …
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