What happened to Monaco? Dominated in the lead until the 85th minute, ASM failed to score the first half goal and completely missed the end of the match against Reims, on Sunday in Louis II (1-2). Despite the new goal from Ben Yedder, FC Rocher, who finished the match in the tenth minute after a red card to Jean Lucas, lost after extra time with a goal by Nathaniel Mpoko and carried out a very poor operation in the race to Europe. Despite the absence of several top players, Rémois delivers a blow and takes another step towards preservation.
But it all started well for Philip Clement’s men, who dominated from the start of the match and who insisted a lot on the right side. It was no coincidence that it was Vanderson who sent a perfect cross into the header to win Gelson Martins. But the flag rose to indicate a slight offside from the Portuguese (sixth). Choking for twenty minutes, the Romans made better use of the counter-attack after that and could have opened the scoring, but Mitchell van Bergen stumbled on Alexander Noble (31) and Fraser Hornby touched the bar (48).
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Obviously, it was Ben Yedder who found the error. Serving in the area’s impressive exterior from the foot of Diop, the France international scored his 15th goal of the season to regain the top spot in the scoring charts (1-0, 55).
Then Monaco thought they did the hardest part. For a long time, we were closer to 2-0 to a tie. Because Ben Yedder hit the post with a direct shot before a header from Desasi in six meters that was seized by Rajkovic (58 and 76). Two big chances before the last 10 minutes are completely inconsequential symbolized by Lucas, the author of a very good game but he spoiled everything.
The Brazilian first missed a great opportunity on his own against Rajkovic by hitting him above par while Ben Yedder was alone (81). Undoubtedly frustrating, the Monaco midfielder received two yellow cards synonymous with disqualification (ranked 86th and 88th). Meanwhile, Reims managed to equalize with a header … from Kevin Volland against his camp (1-1, 85th place). This crazy scenario continued until the last minute with a goal from Mpoko, sent by Arber Zenelli (1-2, 90 +3). What a pity ASM is going into a third straight match without a team victory in the second part of the rating, after a totally crazy end to the match.
Monaco – Reims (Soufiane Diop)
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