Marseille Vs. Arsenal, 2011 UEFA Champions League: 0-0 At Halftime

If you want UEFA Champions League goals, go watch Chelsea destroying Racing Genk. If you want... well, Marseille vs. Arsenal, you're rather stuck with this edition of things. It's scoreless at halftime at the Stade Velodrome, and so far the match has featured a couple of close(ish) calls for both teams but no real attacking quality. Arsenal have dominated possession but their hosts have tried to hit the Gunners on the counterattack, only to break down whenever they try to get into the final third.

About the only really interesting thing about the match so far is that three yellow cards were issued in the first fifteen minutes, to Alex Song, Andre Santos and Andre Ayew. I suppose that's kind of interesting, but yeah, the point is mostly that this game really really really needs a goal to make it watchable. Still 0-0 in France at halftime, and we're hoping for better after the break.

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