Troubled Marseille ended a run of seven Ligue 1 video games with out a win by beating Good 3-2 in a rearranged match on Wednesday, two targets from Tunisia attacker Saif-Eddine Khaoui serving to revive their hopes of European qualification.
Marseille have been lacking a number of regulars from their beginning line-up as they performed a fifth sport below interim coach Nasser Larguet, who has needed to step up from his function as director of the membership’s youth academy because the firing of Andre Villas-Boas.
That they had gained simply two of their earlier 13 video games altogether, slumping down into mid-table, however this victory lifts them again as much as sixth, inside a degree of the European locations.
Amid rising hypothesis that they may appoint former Argentina coach Jorge Sampaoli — who’s at the moment at Atletico Mineiro in Brazil — because the everlasting substitute for Villas-Boas, interim boss Larguet noticed defender Alvaro Gonzalez put Marseille forward on 14 minutes.
The Spaniard volleyed dwelling from the sting of the six-yard field after Dimitri Payet‘s cross from the left was blocked and dropped into his path.
Payet’s backheel then launched Luis Henrique, with the Brazilian teenager reaching the byline earlier than chopping the ball again for Khaoui to attain with a first-time end.
Amine Gouiri pulled a purpose again for struggling Good simply after the break, however Khaoui scored once more within the 53rd minute, selecting his spot when one other Payet supply was headed down into his path.
Marseille have been nonetheless subjected to a nervy end, although, with 20-year-old Malik Sellouki approaching for his top-flight bow and pulling it again to 3-2 late on.
Gouiri then hit the put up with a last-gasp free-kick as Marseille held on.