Bayern Munich loanee Michaël Cuisance might have had a rocky stretch for Olympique Marseille, but the Frenchman is starting to heat up.
For the second game in a row Cuisance scored, while helping Olympique Marseille secure a 3-1 victory over Stade Brestois 29. Cuisance, again, came on as a substitute and, again, played a big role for new Marseille manager Jorge Sampaoli:
For the game, Cuisance played 10 minutes, complete his only pass attempt, but did lose all three of his ground duels. Regardless, Cuisance scoring in two consecutive games after not finding the back of the net all season is a really big step in the right direction for the 21-year-old midfielder.
With Sampaoli eager to keep Cuisance in his plans for next season, Marseille could represent a fresh start for the youngster, who has yet to unlock his full potential. With Sampaoli backing him, Cuisance might finally be able get himself on track.