Having tasted defeat in recent matches against Monaco and Arsenal, Baup is pleased that Marseille are becoming more prolific in front of goal.
"It's true that we didn't turn our good first-halves against Monaco and Arsenal into goals," Baup told reporters. "Today, we managed to do that, to score those two goals.
"We've put in place that way of playing since the start of the season and to turn it into goals is promising. In the second half, we had to contain our opponents. To put in so much effort throughout 94 minutes isn't easy.
"We have 14 points after seven games. We're going to try and continue picking up points in the matches to come."
Marseille make the trip to Lorient on Saturday.