AS Monaco comfortably passes Angers at home

AS Monaco defeated Angers 2-0 in Stade Louis II, extending his winning streak to 7 and continuing his extraordinary run.


The match certainly got off to an exciting start as both teams created opportunities early on. Eventually the game settled down when Monaco began to control its progress, effectively calming things down with controlled possessions.

Monaco then translated their dominance into a scoresheet when Youssouf Fofana’s shots were biased shortly before the interval after tidy footwork by the French.

Les Monegasques, who fired after the break, were keen to win. He eliminated two goals offside within seven minutes of the start of the second half, but eventually doubled his lead. Witham Ben Yeder Immediately after the time mark.

Monaco then managed the game comfortably and won a sophisticated victory. In this game, they looked dangerous, defensively solid, and maintained a decent clean sheet.

Need to shuffle his team for Aurélien Tchameni, Wanderson Philippe Clement chose to bring Guillermo Maripán, Ruben Aguilar, Sofiane Diop, and Eliot Matazo because of the interruption of Axel Diops and the disappearance of Gelson Martins due to an injury.

Report of Clement

“Overall, we have mastered this game,” the Monaco manager insisted. “I wanted to have more chances in the first half, but the game was a bit lacking in verticality, but I fixed it after a break. We structured with a big desire to take a chance. Being calm. These are essential. We lost some important players, but instead of them, those who haven’t played much lately are physically and mentally. Reacted. In my opinion, this is the most important thing to remember at this conference. “

Ben Yederster

Ben Yeder was once again leading the line in Aprom and was an important driving force for Monaco to overcome Angers. He scored two goals for offside, but Ben Yeder kept pushing desperately to get on the scoresheet. And that’s exactly what he did when he found the other side of the net in the 61st minute to block the home team’s victory.

Ben Yeder once again emphasized his quality, raising his league goal to 21 this season, in second place on the scoring chart behind Kylian Mbappe (24), the same as Martin Terrier of Rennais.

“He still shows a lot of determination and a desire to score in each game. It’s very important that you never be satisfied when you reach your goal. You always have to try more. No, it’s a great player quality, and Whitham is one of them, “Clement explained.

Consecutive wins

Interestingly, Monaco’s notable wins are not only the best form of over a year, but also the best of any team in Europe’s top five leagues today.

Statistics tell a story

In terms of possession (57% to 43%), expected goals (2.41 to 0.46), big chances created (4 to 1), shots (15 to 11), shots in the box (12 to 4). It has an advantage over Angers. ) And the duel won (54-39), which interrupted their dominance.


With three games remaining at the League One and Monaco levels and Rennes third, it is imperative to win all the remaining games to qualify for the Champions League. Next to Monaco is a tough clash with last season’s champion in Lille. There, they will do their best to get the trump card again. AS Monaco comfortably passes Angers at home

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