Leading 1-0 ten minutes from time, then before the score, Monaco conceded an equalizer with Troyes in extra time on Sunday (2-2). ASM is still on the podium, while Estac scored its first point since the end of January.
Match: 2-2If the race to Europe promises to be indecisive to the end, for maintenance it will be just as inconclusive. On Sunday, by recovering a point from his reception from Monaco, Troy (19) moved back one point from the first non-relegated player by leaving the club prince on the podium, tied on points with Lens (fourth).
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However, the Monegasques had the first chances to upset Gauthier Gallon, exploiting spaces in the Aube defence. However, Aleksander Golovin lacked precision in the last gesture (7th, 9th), then Axel Desassi didn’t block a free kick from Kaio Henrique enough to score (37th), and finally, Kevin Volland saw his shot fly off the post, after wisdom. Delivery from Wissam Ben Yedder with his back to the goal (41).
Estac, in one of his rare forays, took the opportunity to punish Monaco. Adil Rami, in the center of the circle, inherited Caio Henrique’s pass to clear Rummenig-Kouame on his right. Al-Mali, at the end of his breakthrough in the axis, opened the scoring at the entrance to the roof in a very good way, with a powerful shot into the porthole (1-0, 31).
In the second half, Ben Yedder, with a curling shot on Al-Munawwar (61), launched the revolt, before missing the target during a duel with the Trojan janitor (70). Thanks to the try, the France international was finally able to be decisive. Taking advantage of Brielle Embolo’s work in the area, the Monaco captain scored, in two runs, into the empty net despite an attempted save by the duo of Boroso Baldi (1-1, 80) … a few seconds before he doubled the lead by hitting Gallon on a cross from Golovin ( 1-2, 85th place).
But Istack didn’t stop there, and Ake Ogbo, who had barely entered the match, highlighted ASM’s defensive setbacks. Lonely six meters out on a cross from Abdou Conte, Canadian Noble deceived, not without all blame, with a furious helmet shot (2-2, 90 + 1).
In fact, Monaco remains third and misses out on OM, ahead of Marseille’s trip to Rennes on Sunday night (8:45pm). Troy, still 19th, scored his first point since Jan. 28 (1-1 against Lens) and is still in the game for the maintenance race.
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