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Olympique Marseille beats Man. United 8-2 in charity soccer gala match

08-03-2011 15:14 BJT

Olympique Marseille's Morgan Amalfitano (R) challenges Manchester United's
Patrice Evra during their soccer charity gala match at Louis II stadium
in Monaco, August 2, 2011.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

 

Olympique Marseille's Andre Ayew (R) challenges Manchester United's Kevin Malcuit
during their soccer charity gala match at Louis II stadium in Monaco, August 2,
2011.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

 

Olympique Marseille's Chris Gadi (R) challenges Manchester United's Park Ji-sung during their soccer charity gala match at Louis II stadium in Monaco, August 2, 2011.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

 

Olympique Marseille's Morgan Amalfitano (L) challenges Manchester
United's Patrice Evra during their soccer charity gala match at
Louis II stadium in Monaco, August 2, 2011.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

 

Manchester United's coach Sir Alex Ferguson attends a charity
soccer gala match at Louis II stadium against Olympique Marseille
in Monaco, August 2, 2011.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

 

Prince Albert II of Monaco (C) plays with the ball as Manchester United's players Tom Cleverley (L) and Danny Welbeck (R) look on before their charity soccer match against Olymmpic Marseille at Louis II stadium in Monaco, August 2, 2011.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

 

Prince Albert II of Monaco (C) walks on the field with goalkeeper and former world champion Fabien Barthez (L) of France and Manchester United's Patrice Evra (R) before a charity soccer match at Louis II stadium in Monaco, August 2, 2011.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

 

Olympique Marseille's Andre Ayew (L) challenges Manchester United's Phil Jones during their soccer charity gala match at Louis II stadium in Monaco, August 2, 2011.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

 

French singer M Pokora attends the charity soccer gala match
between Olympique Marseille and Manchester United at Louis II
stadium in Monaco, August 2, 2011.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

 

Prince Albert II of Monaco walks on the field before a charity
soccer match between Manchester United's and Olymmpic Marseille
at Louis II stadium in Monaco, August 2, 2011.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

 

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: Xinhua

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