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Actually, the English League One side Accrington Stanley have stunned French giants Marseille by defeating the Ligue 1 club 2-1 in a pre-season friendly.
And of course, it’s clear that The two sides faced off in the unfamiliar surroundings of the AJ Bell Stadium
which is normally reserved for rugby outfits Sale Sharks and the Salford Red Devils.
Aribo has settled down well at Ibrox and is expected to feature again on Sunday, when Rangers lock horns with Marseille in a pre-season friendly.
And the midfielder has admitted he cannot wait to take to the pitch against Marseille and go head-to-head with Payet during the game.
The former European Cup winning side of course travel to Rangers for a glamour friendly this weekend.
With work ongoing to the Wham Stadium pitch ahead of the new campaign, the match took place at the unusual surrounds
of the AJ Bell Stadium, home of Rugby Leagueside Salford Red Devils and Rugby Union’s Sale Sharks.
Marseille started strongly but were powerless to resist when Stanley stalwart Sean McConville headed in Jordan Clark’s cross
While big clubs often play experimental sides there was no shortage of experience in the visiting team
with internationals such as Luiz Gustavo, Dimitri Payet, Kevin Strootman and Florian Thauvin all featuring in their line-up.
Managed by former Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas, they nevertheless fell to defeat at the hands of John Coleman’s hardened League One outfit.
But they warmed up for the tie at Ibrox in the worst possible fashion falling to an embarrassing defeat at the hands of Stanley.
World Cup winner Florian Thauvin would find the net for Marseille late on but Accrington Stanley held on for a memorable victory.
It’s not as if Marseille fielded a considerably weak team either.
Club talisman Dimitri Payet started the match whilst Valerie Germain, Luis Gustavo and Morgan Sanson also played from the kick-off.
Sean McConville had the relative English minnows in dreamland before Offrande Zanzala doubled Accrington’s lead from the penalty spot before half time.