This match was played in honour of the International world breast feeding day in collaboration with UNICEF.
It was na entertaining match between the two teams as team Marseille Legends were stronger than the UNICEF team.
Both teams were full of old and experienced players who were outstanding during their playing days. With the experience of Former Chelsea star Didier Drogba, team Marseille Legends defeated UNICEF by 7-4.
Let's take a look at 4 things noticed as team Marseille Legends defeated UNICEF team by 7-4.
Drogba's Hat Trick
The Ivory International joined Chelsea from Marseille in 2003 before establishing himself as a Chelsea legend. Drogba reminded everyone of his playing time after scoring a Hat Trick with a similar goal scoring jubilation.
Marseille FC Produced Great Football Legends
The French club was once one of the best team in the world during early 90s. The club have produced great footballers who later became Legends in their clubs.
Players like Bartez, Drogba, Dessailly, Taye Taiwo, Djibril Cisse, Nasri, Robert Pires, Van Buyten and other star players are product of the French club.
The club will forever remains one of the club with the highest production of star players in the world.
Samir Nasri's Body Transformation
Former Arsenal and Manchester City star Samir Nasri surprised every football lovers with his body transformation. The former Arsenal player was one of the best player in the history of the English premier league because if his performance with Arsenal and Manchester City.
Marseille have a better team than UNICEF.
Despite having one of the best started the game with a stronger team with the he likes of Drogba, Taiwo, Djibril Cisse, Robert Pires and other talented players who performed so we'll.
With Drogba's Hat Trick, do you think he is greater then Henry?
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