Marseille won their latest Coupe de France fixture against Auxerre after two incredible goals.
Marseille played their latest fixture in the Coupe de France against Auxerre and managed to win the match 2-0 after Benedetto and Bamba Dieng scored. After a goalless first half draw, Marseille made a comeback in the second half of the match as they managed to score two incredible goals which saw them through to the Round of 32 in the competition. Marseille took control of the match when Dario Benedetto and Ahmadou Bamba Dieng scored in the second half. Ahmadou Bamba Dieng impressed the most as he came on from the bench in the last 9 minutes of the match and scored 11 minutes later. Marseille won the match 2-0 in the end.
Marseille opened the scoring in the match when Dario Benedetto scored in the 54th minute of the match as Marseille took the 1-0 lead in the match. Marseille extended their lead in the last minutes of the match when Ahmadou Bamba Dieng scored in the 90+2 minute of the match as Marseille leads the match 2-0. Marseille managed to win the match 2-0 in the end as they reached the Round of 32 in the Coupe de France competition.
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