That's it from me tonight, but be sure to find out how Bordeaux react in the Champions League on Tuesday night. Follow all the action on Goal.com. Until then, enjoy the rest of your weekend and take care.
The players are gathering their mini trophies, but now Mamadou Niang lifts aloft the big trophy, climbing onto the platform to lift it aloft as Van Halen blares out on the Stade de France sound system. What colour from the OM fans!
The noise is tremendous as OM go up to lift the trophy...
OM's players look delighted, but it has to be said, Bordeaux's men don't look utterly heartbroken. Marseille substitute goalkeeper Elinton is virtually in tears as the teams prepare for the presentation.
"I'm very content," he continues, stating that his side claimed the title for the late Robert Louis-Dreyfus, who was the previous president of the Provence side.
THAT'S IT!!!! MARSEILLE WIN THE COUPE DE LA LIGUE!!! After 17 years without a major trophy, finally they have some silverware. Blanc and Deschamps embrace on the sidelines, but it's 'DD' grinning. The coach, in his post-match interview, explains that he felt that his side were the better team, praising his team's offence in the second half and hailing their determination!
We're into the last minute of the game... Bordeaux are desperately attacking, Tremoulinas' centre is swung at by Gouffran, who misses the ball. The left-back gets a second chance, though PLASIL hits the POST.
Bordeaux are still showing plenty of urgency, but it's surely to naught. Didier Deschamps has a smile on his face already!
Another Wendel free kick causes worry in the OM defence, though again the rearguard stands firm. Tremoulinas shows the urgency in the Bordeaux side by going for a ball that was far too high for him to keep in, conceding a free kick. Three minutes of stoppage time!
Laurent Blanc looks rueful on the sidelines as a Tremoulinas pass goes straight out of play. Surely even Marseille can't blow this position?
The kick is too deep, and Sane has to have a little push on his marker to reach the ball. Referee Lannoy spotted it and awarded OM a free kick that they take their time over.
Bordeaux haven't given this up yet! Corner to les Girondins. Wendel to take...
Substitution Hatem Ben Arfa G. Heinze
Didier Deschamps reacts to the goal by pulling off the superb Ben Arfa and replacing him with Gabriel Heinze, who is, of course, a vastly experienced defender.
Goal Ludovic Sané
GOOOAAALL!!!! Game on?? Bordeaux have clawed their way back in typical style. Wendel's fine free kick is met by Ludovic Sane's whose header is just too hot for Mandanda. The goalkeeper and only send the ball into his net off the underside of the bar.
The corner is taken short to Ben Arfa, who speeds by a couple of challenges before flashing a shot by the post. It's taken a deflection, so it's another corner. This one is taken deep for Tiawo to gather in his stride on the far side of the box. Trying his luck from a tough angle, the Nigerian's shot zips across the face of goal and out for a goal kick.
Ben Arfa is again dictating play for Marseille. A slides a pass out left to Kabore, whose shot is blocked wide for a corner.
Bordeaux are doing their best to push, but les Phoceens seem to have each base covered. Wendel gets into a good area, but Abriel clears for a corner, which is plucked out of the air by Mandanda.
On the bench, the heads of Chamakh and Gourcuff drop - they know that the title is now lost.
Cheeky from Cisse! He was nowhere near the ball! Instead, it's Matthieu Chalme whose sliced into his own goal at the bear post.
Goal Mathieu Valbuena
GOOAAAALLL!!!!!!! GAME, SET AND MATCH!!! Ben Arfa wins a free kick out on the left. Valbuena delivers, and somehow the ball squirms into the net. It looks like Edouard Cisse who's taking the credit!!!
Bordeaux are pushing forward. Tremoulinas sends in a couple of dangerous centres but Mbia is there to head away. Brandao is nearly released on the counter by Ben Arfa, but Sane toes the ball out for a throw.
Taiwo illustrates the confidence in the Marseille side by having a shot from full 40 yards. Even with a left foot like his, he was unlikely to score, so it's not surprise to see the ball flying tamely off target.
Lucho's not had his most effective game tonight and has been replaced by Fabrice Abriel - a fine player for OM to bring on with just 15 minutes later.
Substitution Lucho González Fabrice Abriel
Chalme sends a dangerous centre into the box, but, as ever, it's a Marseille head that reaches the ball first.
Ben Arfa is rampant. Every time he gets the ball, Bordeaux don't know how to stop him. The winger has had his critics this season, but he's been in fine fettle this evening.
What a fine game this is now. Marseille are flying. Winning the ball back from kick-off, Valbuena flashes a shot just wide from the edge of the area. Bordeaux are rocking. Double changes for les Girondins. Off go Gourcuff and Chamakh, and on come Gouffran and Cavenaghi - a sign Blanc probably feels this match is lost. Time to think about Tuesday and Lyon? We shall see.
Substitution Yoann Gourcuff Yoan Gouffran
Substitution Marouane Chamakh Fernando Cavenaghi
GOOAAALLLL!!!! THE CURSE IS SURELY OVER?? Cheeky play from Ben Arfa on the left of the box draws in three defenders, creating room for Valbuena on the edge of the box. Laying the ball back to Valbuena, the midfielder blasts the ball past Rame, who can't react to the shot.
Goal Mathieu Valbuena
Jussie has come on for Fernando, a move with attacking intent.
Plasil wins the header, bit it slides off his forehead and harmlessly wide.
Substitution Fernando Jussiê
Laurent Blanc is in discussions with David Bellion on the sidelines. Meanwhile, Wendel has won Bordeaux a corner. Up go the big men...
Ohh....! Gourcuff tries his luck from the left corner of the box. Though his shot is hardly brilliant, Mandanda spills, but gathers just as Chamakh closes in.
Suddenly the match has opened up! Valbuena's effort from distance flashes past the top corner.
Bordeaux immediate respond. Chalme bombs down the right, but after some good interplay with his midfield, the decisive pass fails to find the mark.
Goal Souleymane Diawara
GOOOOOOOOAAAAAALLLLLL!!!! Lucho's out-swinging corner is met by Diawara, who thumped his header into the net after out-jumping Alou Diarra!!! One half of the ground has utterly erupted!!! Could Marseille's long trophy drought, dating back to 1992-93, finally be over!?
Delicious centre from Valbuena, whose angled cross forces Sane to dive in and. It's a third Marseille corner though...
The Brazilian takes the flag kick, which causes brief panic as Plasil heads the ball back across goal from the back post. An OM leg manages to hack the ball clear, ending any period of serious danger.
Wendel has Bordeaux's first shot of the second half. Pulling the trigger from 25-yards out, to the left of the goal, his shot is immediately blocked and spins wide for a corner.
Sane nearly gets himself caught out by Valbuena, but he's able to pick out goalkeeper Rame, who clears with ease.
OM have been the more adventurous side in the early stages of the second half, but Bordeaux's renowned defence has been steady. Les Girondins remain unmoving.
Thump! Welcome to the game, Matthieu! Chalme crunches the winger, winning the throw-in in the process!
Substitution Mamadou Niang Mathieu Valbuena
Off comes Niang, who's been rather disappointing tonight. Valbuena comes on. Rumours from the dressing room suggest that the Senegalese has been struggling with a thigh problem.
Wendel finally takes the free kick, but it's hugely disappointing as it doesn't get past Niang's one-man wall. More quality needed there, as has been the case from both teams in the final third.
Controversy! Bordeaux are awarded a free kick as a thumping aerial challenge on Chamakh earns Blanc's men a free kick. Had been play been allowed to continue just a second, Wendel was through on goal and was hacked down by Stephane Mbia, who would surely have been dismissed for that tackle. Let off for Marseille!
Tremoulinas earns a yellow card for a tackle from behind on Ben Arfa, doubtless reminding the forward that he's still there.
Yellow Card Benoit Tremoulinas
Wonderful feet from Hatem Ben Arfa, who left both Tremoulinas and Wendel standing. Thankfully for les Girondins, the former Lyon man just over-ran the ball, giving them a goal-kick.
Bordeaux get the second half under way, but the opening moments offer little of note.
Well, it's certainly not been a classic, but there's been plenty of effort from both teams. Let's hope that they can come up with something a little more exciting over their half-time break though.
Lucho's free kick rather sums up the first period to date. His cross is much too hard and is easily gathered by Rame. That's half-time.
Bordeaux are ending the half on the front foot, but Mandanda hasn't been too worried by any of their efforts of late. There have been precious few chances in this match thus far.
Good break forward from Tremoulinas, who finds himself the furtherest man in his side forward. Crossing the ball towards Chamakh, Mandanda plucks the ball out of the air.
The corner is taken short, but it's not a well thought out move by OM, as Bordeaux are quickly onto the idea and easily clear. In the aftermath, Kabore runs into Cisse and requires treatment.
Brandao's tenacity down the left wins OM a corner. They had half-hearted shouts of a penalty moments before, when Niang went down in the box under Ciani's challenge.
After a false start, the Brazilian's kick is well cleared by Diawara. Tremoulinas collects the loose ball and picks out Fernando at the far post, though his headers skims well wide of target.
Mbia fouls Chamakh to the right of the box in a dangerous area, Wendel hovers over the free kick...
Kabore tries to repeat his heroics of last weekend with a long range drive, though this is stifled into the arms of Rame. It took him three attempts to finally get lucky against OL, that's his first of the night.
Replays show that Brandao was unlucky; Rame got down very well to his right to get a decisive finger-tip to the ball!
BRANDAO!!! Great chance. Good combination play in the centre of the field saw Niang slip a pass to the unmarked Brandao in the right channel. The Brazilian tried to bend the ball into the far corner of the net, though is shot flashes wide.. Corner, he claims; goal-kick is the decision.
Bordeaux try to make progress down the left, with Tremoulinas able to cross from the left. Plasil waits in the centre, but he can't control the ball. Moments later, it's the Czech trying to play in Gourcuff, but his pass wasn't quite perfect and the on-rushing midfield can't quite gather.
Niang has hardly had a kick in this game yet. Moments ago he tried to bulldoze his way into the box, but he was squeezed out by the Bordeaux defence.
Bordeaux try to break quickly from the corner, but a magnificent challenge from Kabore in the centre of the field halts the Aquitaine side in their tracks. Magnificent intervention from one of the stars of last weekend's win over Lyon.
Ben Arfa! The former Lyon man has been OM's best attacker to this point, and he has their first effort on goal. Cutting in from the right, he creates room to shoot around 30-yards out, but Rame is down to palm away the ball.
Bordeaux enjoy some pressure around the Marseille box, Gourcuff notably spinning like a ballerina on the edge of the area. He feeds the ball left, but the move breaks down a little tamely. Plenty of endeavour from both teams, but it's defences on top still.
Possession: Marseille 41% - Bordeaux 59%
First shot of the game! Gourcuff leads a Bordeaux break and gathers the ball on the edge of the box, right of centre. With room to shoot, he has a go, but his low strike is gathered by Mandanda down to his right.
OM win a free kick out on the right, with Tremoulinas thought to have tugged back Bonnart, who is looking dangerous when going forward. Lucho's ball isn't ideal, allowing Bordeaux, the set piece specialists, to clear.
OH! A moment of real danger at last! Gourcuff burrows his way to the OM byline, but from a good position inside the box, the No.8 can't pick out a team-mate. Again Diawara is there, thumping the ball clear.
Yellow Card Brandao
Another yellow card! This time it's a Marseille player to make his way into the ref's book. "I didn't touch him!" Brandao can be heard to have said in the referee's microphone, but it doesn't matter - he's cautioned!
Gourcuff tries to pick out Chamakh with a long diagonal, but Diawara gets up to clear.
Yellow Card Alou Diarra
OUCH! Lucho is the victim of another late tackle, this time from Alou Diarra. The Argentine unsteadily gets to his feet to see the perpetrator booked. That wasn't as bad as Sane's effort minutes earlier.
Brandao gets up well in the Bordeaux box and tries to pick out a team-mate with a downwards header. Ulrich Rame can gather the ball comfortably enough. Hint of a chance there, but no more.
Plays stopped for a couple of minutes after that incident, but the extra time didn't help Ben Arfa find a killer ball. Ciani clears.
Yellow Card Ludovic Sané
OOHHH.... All the outfield players crowd referee Lannoy after a very late tackle by Ludovic Sane on Lucho. That looked a sore one, and Marseille's players aren't impressed at all by the challenge. The defender is booked, but on another day that could have been a red. On balance, the referee was probably right, but it was a borderline call.
Tremoulinas is left in a crumpled heap after jumping for a high ball with Ben Arfa. The winger certainly fouled him, but it wasn't that bad. Still no big chances in this game yet, but that's to be expected in such a final.
First corner of the match, and it's come from Bonnart's first charge forward from right-back. He showed fine determination to break forward, but his centre was cleared by Ciani.
Good pressure from Bordeaux... Gourcuff gets the ball in space on the left and plays a fine reverse pass to Wendel in the left channel. The Brazilian crosses, but Mbia just gets the top of his head to the ball to allow OM to avert the danger.
Bordeaux enjoy their first spell of possession in the Marseille half, but they don't threaten to go anywhere with the ball. OM repel them easily.
Taiwo makes the first moment of incision down the right, but Chalme shows commendable tenacity to battle back disrupt the attack.
Marseille, wearing white, kick-off. Bordeaux, in their usual dark blue, win the ball back quickly but can't make anything of their first forray forward.
Terrific tackle by Cisse on Chamakh, inciting Marseille into a break. Bordeaux's defence stands firm and when the ball is won, they kick the ball out to allow Alou Diarra some treatment.
The players have filed out onto the park and are jut going through the usual pre-match handshakes. Maybe a couple of minutes until kick-off now!
OM's fans are in terrific voice, and the colour they're bringing to the occasion is brilliant. There's about ten minutes before kick-off, and the cheerleaders are still on the field, so I think it's about time for a prediction. I can see a tight game tonight, but OM will sneak it, possibly after extra-time and penalties.
Marseille, meanwhile, have registered no changes to the team who defeated Lyon last weekend in Ligue 1 action.
Pre-match fears that Bordeaux would play a significantly weakened team have been wholly dispelled. Only Ulrich Rame comes into what would otherwise be the strongest XI, and the goalkeeper was a regular member of the squad who won the league and Coupe de la Ligue double last season.
Welcome to Paris, where Bordeaux and Marseille will play-off for the first major silverware of the season in France. Kick-off is around 20 minutes away, so there’s plenty of time to get settled before the match begins.