It was far from simple for Marseille as they visited RB Salzburg for the second leg of their Europa League semi-final, but they eventually got the better of their opponents from Austria in extra time. The French side saw their 2-0 lead from the first leg evaporate at the beginning of the second half, after a goalless opening 45 minutes.
First, Amadou Haidara embarked on a solo run and slotted away in the 53rd minute, before Bouna Sarr scored an own goal in the 65th minute as he tried to block a Xavier Schlager shot.
It finished 2-0 on the night and the match entered extra time, where Marseille got the winning goal in the 116th minute. Rolando managed to get enough on a Dimitri Payet corner to squeeze the ball over the line and put his side in front.
Salzburg needed a miracle at that point, but a second yellow card for goalscorer Haidara sealed their fate.
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