it’s over ! Monaco back home!
It ended in Louis II! Big disappointment for Monaco, who lost 2-1 at home to Reims! Monegasques held the match with Ben Yedder (L1 top scorer) but lost control at the end of the match with two goals in quick succession. Jean Lucas has also been fired.
MBUKU’S BUUUUUUT IS INCREDIBLE!
Reims will win at the end of the suspense! Doumbia plays with Desisi and Jacobs before presenting Zinelli! It gives wonderfully to Mboko who concludes the empty goal, unbelievably!
Another shot on goal by Mpoko
Heating continues in front of Noble’s goal with a shot from a narrow angle from Mpoko! The Monaco goalkeeper sleeps well.
Jean Lucas fired!
After his missed opportunity, Jean Lucas completely loses control and takes the second yellow for a nasty gesture at the Reims defender.
CSC of VOLLAND, REIMS equals!
Kevin Volland is unlucky in this! The free kick is a great shot and Voland cuts the track and deceives Noble by attacking him.. 1 to 1, Reims equalized!
Monaco was so hot!
Now starts from all sides with a huge movement of Mboko who stumbles on Noble after his sharp right foot!
Jane Lucas misses the frame!
What a great opportunity for Monaco and Jean Lucas to recover a ball in front of the opponent’s surface! He forces his shot from the left a lot and misses the goal.
No penalty for Monaco!
Penalty or not for Monaco? Sofiane Diop collapses in the region, but the government does not hesitate!
Desisi finds Rajkovic on his way
Free kick for Monaco played twice with Jean Lucas and Diop! The latter hits the far post to shoot a strong header at Desasi, but Rajkovic hits it!
Reims counterattack thwarted
The somewhat poorly played Reims counterattack! Mpoko can shoot in the goal, but he chose the cross in the direction of … No one!
Monaco took over
It’s clear that Monaco players have the upper hand in the game and get plenty of chances through the inevitable Voland and Ben Yedder!
Ben Yedder is in BUUUUUT!
What a job from Monaco with a wonderful move that Ben Yedder concluded! Diop finds him with one touch in the penalty area and the France international ends up as the pivot! From 1 to 0!
Monaco presses on Rajkovic’s goal, but the Reims goalkeeper behaved well by throwing himself on a cross from Diop!
It’s half time!
It’s recess at Stade Louis II! Monaco and Reims leave 0-0 after 45 minutes of play, the first half was a bit boring with a logical blocking goal from Gelson Martins and a great opportunity van Bergen missed for Reims.
Ben Yedder’s chance!
Found at the entrance to the rooftop, Ben Yedder is trying a hard blow back Rajkovic! Nice save from Reims goalkeeper!
Monaco is getting hot
Suspected penalty kick for Reims due to a handball by Maripan, but the referee gives nothing. It was hot!
Van Bergen Move!
Starting in the middle of the field, Van Bergen faced Nubel and forced his shot but that’s too much for the Monaco goalkeeper!
Van Bergen’s head!
Finally, Reims gets out of his camp and does it well! Overtaking and a cross from Hornby for Van Bergen’s header, but it is directly on Noble!
The two teams neutralized each other in the match even if Monaco had the upper hand. Reims turns his back.
Monaco putting pressure
Corner for Monaco after a shot by Jacobs! It became clearer to Philip Clement’s men!
Sofiane Diop is untenable
Super by Diop who plays with the defense and crosses the far post to Gilson! The Portuguese miss the lead!
Goal deprived of Gelson Martins!
Great ball from Diop for Gelson Martins at the far post! He’s great and the Portuguese finished with a header.. Goal not allowed!
Good Martins Center
Super ball from Fofana in the Gelson Martins race and the Portuguese center back! Passes in front of everyone!
possession of Monaco
The first balls at the feet of the Monaco players! Jean Lucas touches a lot of balls, strikers do a lot of sprints.
Reims will be back 5 minutes late
Reims president Jean-Pierre Caillou decided to return his players 5 minutes late to support the Ukrainians. A symbolic act by Rémois!
Clement struggles to find his rhythm
Philippe Clement has won only two of his six Ligue 1 matches with Monaco.
Monaco can at least count on their excellent form at home to revive their European ambitions. They are now undefeated in their last 10 games at Stade Louis II (7v, 3d).
Reims without Ekitike
Monaco coach Philippe Clement deprived of the suspended Chomini and Caio Henrique.
On the Reims side, Oscar Garcia must compose Don Abdulhamid, suspended, La Phuket, Gravelon, Cadjust, Kasama, Ikitaki, Tori, Doni and Berisha all injured.
And configure Reims!
Rajkovic – Bossi, Monetsi, Weiss (c), Loko – Phillips, Matusiwa, Lupe, Konan – Van Bergen, Hornby
Wissam Ben Yedder holds today alongside his friend Voland. Sofiane Diop and Gilson will support the attackers.
Noble – Vanderson, Desasi, Maripan, Jacobs-Martins, Fofana, Lucas, Diop-Volland, Ben Yedder (c)
Monaco in recovery
Monaco lost a point to Bordeaux last weekend and fell to a numerically lowest level, snatching a point to enter a third undefeated match in Ligue 1. And it is even more difficult for Reims, who has won only one of his last seven matches, even if the Champagne club is still alive. He has a slight lead over the landing zone.
Monaco-Reims kick-off starts at 1pm!
Hello everyone and welcome to RMC Sport to follow on the 26th day of Ligue 1. Sixth in the tournament, Monaco faces Reims and wants to restart the machine after two draws. Departure at 1 pm!