Friday, November 20, 2009

Kruger Send Marseille Fourth in Ligue 1

Now that the World Cup Qualifiers is over, the next important event that we all are eager to look forward to will be the World Cup draw on December the 4th. Watch out for this space.

Now back to European continental football, with plenty of action gearing up this weekend. But to kick things off is the big games in France, the first "Le Classique" match of the season played on Friday between Olympique Marseille and Paris St Germain at the Stade Velodrome.

Gabriel HEINZE, who played for PSG between 2001-04 scored with a first half header to give Les Phocéens a 1-0 win over their fierce rival. Mr. Kruger stole in to head home after receiving Fabrice ABRIEL's free-kick in the 25th minute. Lucho GONZALEZ did not start the game as he was on the bench but did came in the 76th minute.

As a result, Marseille will move up to fourth place in the French League standings and certainly this will only enhanced HEINZE’s popularity among the clubs legion of supporters for scoring in such an important encounter; but not necessarily with fans of Argentina.


Anonymous said...

... but not necessarily with fans of Argentina- i would say "not necessarily for Hainze haters"

messidona19 said...

Seems Heinze keeps on scoring for Marseille but when we needed him the most for Argentina, he never dissapointed with the own goals.

salvio supporter said...

Yes, Heinze's performances for Marseille are a complete mystery to me. Are there no forwards on France? He's always the only goalscorer in the match, it's crazy.

If the french like him so much, let's trade Heinze for Trezeguet...