End of the game: Monaco returns to success!
AS Monaco washed away the affront from the last matchday at the Stade Louis II against Ferencvaros (0-1) by not falling into the Trabzonspor trap this Thursday evening (3-1).
A huge success in the race to qualify, marked by Gomez’s ejection in the 11th minute and an Embolo-Ben Yedder duo that continued to burn!
4 minutes left
There is 4 minutes of stoppage time.
Quiet end of the game
Monaco calmly managed their lead in the final minutes and Volland’s teammates didn’t take too many risks. Evidenced by this fine Monegasque recovery in this Turkish counterattack.
Volland misses his duel! (3-1)
From the tip of the sole, Stefano Denswill deflects this shot from Volland, perfectly served in the depths by Minamino.
The hardest part was done, but the Dutch defender made the perfect gesture to prevent his team from conceding a fourth goal!
TARGET OF VISITORS! (3-1)
Trabzonspor reduced the acrt thanks to Bakasetas, well served in the area by Bozok, a former resident of Lorient, Nîmes or Troyes. A goal that will perhaps revive this end of the game! 3-1!
The Russian will-o’-the-wisp strike does not find its place. AS Monaco are now largely dominating this part and trying to extend their lead.
Youssouf Fofana tries from the edge of the box but his shot isn’t powerful enough to endanger the Trabzonspor goalkeeper. Still 3-0.
New rotations in Monaco
Jean Lucas and Maripan come into play.
Publications by Ben Yedder and Embolo
Clément used this big advantage to rotate his squad and change his two attackers: Boadu and Volland came into play.
Disasi will wear the captain’s armband.
AND THREE FOR MONACO! (3-0)
Axel Disasi is in the right place at the right time to deliver an unstoppable helmet shot into the fallout of this corner. Embolo headed the ball slightly off Vanderson’s cross. AS Monaco lead 3-0!
With two or three ball carriers, Clément’s men are constantly outnumbered by the Turkish attackers and win the ball easily. A very good thing after the slight drop in speed at the end of the first part.
Bad agreement between Nubel and his defense
Wow that was hot. Badiashile almost scored against his camp on that poorly controlled back pass for his keeper. Luckily the ball doesn’t find the target.
Let’s go again at the Stade Louis II! (2-0)
No change to notice at the break, we leave the same on both sides.
Half time: Monaco leads 2-0!
The Monegasques quietly return to the dressing room after some ups and downs at half-time.
Good and not so good, but in the end it’s 2-0 thanks to a realistic Ben Yedder. Clément’s players have been playing for numerical superiority since the 11th minute and Gomez’s ejection.
2-0 for Monaco!
The Men of the Rock find shelter just before half-time thanks to this Ben Yedder penalty!
Penalty for Monaco! (1-0)
Vanderson entered the box and was illegally knocked off balance by Bartra. It’s not huge, but it’s enough to stop Brazilians trying their luck!
We use this drop in speed to highlight another statistic:
50/50 for possession, a number that underscores the Monegasque relaxation since the opener. Clément’s men were more dangerous eleven against eleven…
Slow down the pace for a few minutes at the Stade Louis II, which doesn’t suit AS Monaco, who are still ahead on the scoreboard.
The Monegasque tried their luck 7 times for 3 shots on target. Visitors only found the frame once in two attempts.
At the moment the numerical inferiority is not so noticeable.
The former LOSC resident still stands out after his first attempt a few minutes ago. This time Yazici cannot find the picture.
TRANSVERSAL FOR MONACO!
What a shame ! Embolo hits the crossbar with this shot! Golovin’s center and work were perfect.
After the replays, the Swiss striker appeared to be offside. less regrets
Yellow for Vanderson
Late intervention by Vanderson and first yellow card for the Monegasque in step.
First strike for the Turks!
After the Monegasque opener, the Turks try to react and Yazici scores from long-range. An attempt without danger, but which has the merit of existing.
GOAL FOR MONACO! (1-0)
punishment and punishment!
In two minutes, the Monegasques took full advantage of that numerical superiority after a great combination between Embolo and Ben Yedder! The tricolor forward places an unstoppable flat foot.
Ideal match start for ASM. 1-0 for the French club.
RED CARD !
Trabzonspor will end the game ten against eleven after that high foot from Gomez. Uruguayan striker receives a red card!
VAR in progress… red card?
Diatta stays down after that high foot from Gomez. The crampon touches the Monegasque player’s cheek and a possible red card could be dealt.
First yellow card!
It went a little unnoticed, but the referee of the evening handed out the first yellow card of the game a few minutes ago: Denswill conceded the first cracker because of his fault on Embolo.
First Monegasque imbalance
EMbolo combines with Ben Yedder at the box entrance but Trabzonspor’s defense stay alert and repel the threat!
The Monegasque free-kick is useless…
While the free kick was very well placed, right at the entrance to the surface, Henrique did nothing better than send the ball into the opponent’s wall. The following corner does nothing.
Perfect playing conditions!
20 degrees, clear sky, brand new lawn and watered at the request of the Belgian tactician… so many arguments that only speak for the good in this part.
Kicking off !
Let’s go to Monaco! (0-0)
It was the Monegasques in white and red who kicked off this game. Great atmosphere!
Before the game’
Kick-off is imminent!
The players stand on the lawn of the Stade Louis II, accompanied by the match referee Giorgi Kruashvili.
Before the game’
The composition of the reigning Turkish champions has been revealed!
Cakir (Cap.) – Larsen, Bartra, Denswill, Elmali – Hamsik, Siopis – Trezeguet, Yazici, Bardhi – Gomez.
Before the game’
The composition of AS Monaco has fallen!
Nubel – Vanderson, Disasi, Badiashile, Henrique – Diatta, Camara, Fofana, Golovin – Ben Yedder (cap.), Embolo.
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