Oh dear. Javier Hernandez cannot be left alone in the six yard box, and the Marseille defence has only gone and done it twice today. It's cost them dearly, too, as the striker has just slotted home a low cross from Ryan Giggs to make the score 2-0 and wrap up the tie. Substitute Antonio Valencia (who, unless I'm going crazy, appears to be limping) made the goal with a superb reverse pass to release Giggs on the right, and Hernandez was in the right place at the right time to double Manchester United's lead and seal Marseille's fate.
It was nearly very different. Edwin van der Sar was forced into a great save from Benoit Cheyrou after Marseille had ripped open the United defence and sent in a beautiful pass straight through the penalty box. Cheyrou was on hand to flick the ball goalward, and although he might have done a little bit better with his finishing, van der Sar got down very well to keep the ball out. He'll really regret that miss - it looks like it'll be the difference in the tie. Marseille, who need two goals in ten minutes, pull holding midfielder Stephane Mbia off for Jordan Ayew.