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Marseille make up French trio

Published: Wednesday 27 August 2003, 21.56CET
Marseille 0-0 Austria Wien (Agg: 1-0) Marseille join Olympique Lyonnais and AS Monaco FC in group stage.

Match statistics

MarseilleAustria Wien

Goals scored0
 
0
Attempts on target0
 
0
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Offsides0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards2
 
2
Red cards0
 
0

Standings

 
Published: Wednesday 27 August 2003, 21.56CET

Marseille make up French trio

Marseille 0-0 Austria Wien (Agg: 1-0) Marseille join Olympique Lyonnais and AS Monaco FC in group stage.

Olympique de Marseille moved into the UEFA Champions League group stage despite being held to a 0-0 draw at home by FK Austria Wien on Wednesday.

French trio
The former European champions were not at their best in this third qualifying round, second-leg match which their opponents dominated for the most part, but qualified by virtue of a 1-0 victory in Austria two weeks ago. They will now will join fellow French clubs Olympique Lyonnais and AS Monaco FC in the group stage.

Sytchev chance
Russian international Dmitri Sytchev, who scored the first-leg winner, and Ivory Coast's Tébily-Didier Drogba both missed good chances in the first half as Marseille dictated the play.

Adventurous Austria
Austria were more adventurous in the second period and had the best opportunities of the game through Ivica Vastic and Norwegian Sigurd Rushfeldt, but both players were thwarted by Marseille's Croatian goalkeeper Vedran Runje.

Last updated: 27/08/03 23.23CET

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Lineups

marseille

Marseille

austria wien

Austria Wien

1
RunjeVedran Runje (GK)
1
MandlThomas Mandl (GK)
4
Van BuytenDaniel Van Buyten
3
TroyanskyFernando Troyansky
Substitution71
6
HemdaniBrahim Hemdani
5
AfolabiRabiu Afolabi
Yellow Card15
10
FernandãoLucio Fernandão
Substitution58
6
DospelErnst Dospel
11
DrogbaDidier Drogba
Yellow Card74
7
FlögelThomas Flögel (C)
Substitution71
12
MéïtéAbdoulaye Méïté
Yellow Card90+1
9
VasticIvica Vastic
15
JohansenPascal Johansen
Substitution86
10
JanočkoVladimír Janočko
Substitution81
21
EckerJohnny Ecker
Substitution74
14
VerlaatFrank Verlaat
22
SychevDmitri Sychev
16
RatajczykKrzysztof Ratajczyk
28
BeyeHabib Beye
20
ScharnerPaul Scharner
29
CelestiniFabio Celestini (C)
21
RushfeldtSigurd Rushfeldt
Yellow Card90+1

Substitutes

16
CarrassoCédric Carrasso (GK)
12
DidulicaJoey Didulica (GK)
8
PérezSébastien Pérez
Substitution86
2
AkotoEric Akoto
14
VachoušekŠtěpán Vachoušek
Substitution58
8
WagnerMichael Wagner
18
N'DiayeSylvain N'Diaye
Substitution74
15
BlanchardJocelyn Blanchard
Substitution71
25
LaurentiFabien Laurenti
18
DundeeSean Dundee
Substitution81
19
GilewiczRadoslaw Gilewicz
Substitution71
22
HelstadThorstein Helstad

Coach

Alain Perrin (FRA) Joachim Löw (GER)

Referee

Anders Frisk (SWE)

Assistant referees

Kenneth Petersson (SWE), Peter Ekström (SWE)

Fourth official

Peter Fröjdfeldt (SWE)

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