Nigerian striker Terem Moffi took his league tally to double figures on Saturday after he scored twice for relegation-threatened Lorient in their 3-2 loss away at Olympique de Marseille, reports.


With a goal and assist in his last two outings for Lorient, the 21-year-old continued from where he stopped as he opened scoring for the visitors after just 19 minutes when he received a pass from Yoane Wisaa before rounding off the goalkeeper for 1-0.


The hosts however clawed their way back into the clash in the second period when Dimitri Payet made it 1-1 on 53 minutes before then turning the result around three minutes later courtesy of Pol Lirola strike.


Modo and Wissa then combined again for the second time, with the Nigerian keeping his cool to fire past the goalkeeper and level matters for his side with 20 minutes left on the clock.


However, the hosts went on to have the last laugh when Pol Lirola completed his brace deep into stoppage time to seal a 3-2 win at the expense of Moffi and his Lorient side.


The former KV Kortrijk striker, who limped off at the tail end was voted the best player on the pitch with a rating of 8.3 as he took his league tally to 11 goals from 21 starts, 10 goals behind league top-scorer Kylian Mbappe.