Marseille: Mandanda; Bonnart, Zubar, Hilton, Taiwo;
Ziani, Cana, Ben Arfa, Zenden; Koné, Samassa. 4-4-2.
Atlético: Coupet; Seitaridis, Pablo, Perea, Antonio López; Maxi (Maniche 61'), Banega, Raúl García, Luis García (Miguel 76'); Sinama Pongolle, Agüero (Diego Forlán 54'). 4-4-2.
Atlético Madrid came in to the last group game at Olympique Marseille already qualified and needing to match Liverpool's result at PSV to finish top of their group. However they were more concerned about the safety of players and fans after death threats from some hooligan elements following the incidents in the first leg, and there was a strong police presence at the ground. In the end things were relatively quiet as the game ended without goals, although Liverpool's win means they ended up in second spot in the group.
Javier Aguirre had made several changes from his first choice line up, although Agüero was there and fired an early chance wide across goal. That was about the last though that they troubled Mandanda and his defence, and Zubar came close to opening the scoring when he headed a corner just wide before the break. The French team had more chances after the restart, Coupet saving well from Ben Arfa and Ziani, and Kabaré firing over the top when free on goal late on. But in the end honours were shared, leaving Atlético unbeaten in their group and Olympique through to the UEFA Cup spot.