AS Monaco faced Inter Milan in their fifth friendly match before the season, scoring an impressive 2-2 draw against the Italian giant.
As Monaco jumped out of the block in great style, he switched things by choosing Back 3 to fight Inter’s typical 5-3-2, and Philippe Clement’s tactical choice paid dividends immediately. ..
At Alexander Golovin’s clinical finish, he scored in just seven minutes from Wisam Ben Yeder’s stunning run and ball passing, which was an ideal way to roll the ball.
Golovin’s sensational thru-ball mandated him to run, and Ben Yeder’s brilliant finish helped Les Monegasque, who looks good and plays great football, in 30 minutes. Worth doubling the lead.
Nerazzurri scored a goal when Roberto Gagliardini scored a goal at home after Danilo D’Ambrosio opened the scoring in the 42nd minute shortly before the break.
The strike mentioned above triggered the rise of the Inter. Kristjan Asllani defeated the rebound that resulted from Romelu Lukaku’s powerful shot and came out after the interval to level.
Monaco had the most dangerous chance in the second half as both teams made so many changes to spend significant time on the players’ feet on the bench, with debuting Takumi Minamino and Gelson Martins finding behind. On the net just for Andre Onana to create some heroics with Inter’s goal.
The match ended 2-2 and this exciting and entertaining clash was undoubtedly a quality hit as Monaco prepared for the new season.
Next to Monaco is a friendly match against FC Porto next weekend. Lemonegasque wants to extend its pre-season undefeated streak to quality opponents who offer rigorous testing at many levels.
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