Proflgate Monaco in Marseille

AS Monaco took one point at the Stade Velodrome, but will be disappointed not to score more after an impressive performance against Olympique de Marseille on Saturday. .

By any team’s standards, a draw with Marseille is considered a solid result. However, his 1-1 draw with Monaco is a small payoff, especially for a match that showed dominance in the first half.

The Principality side should have gone to the break with 3 points instead of just 1. A Jordan Veretout own goal from a Caio Enrique free-kick gave Monaco the lead, but it should have been complemented by at least another goal.

Rubén Blanco, who came on for the injured Pau Lopez, topped the striker who scored a hat-trick in the final game. Vanderson was also inches away from adding the score, but at halftime he was only one up and the game was still alive.

Alexis Sanchez reminded them just two minutes into the second half. Alexander his Nouvel dodged Nuno his Tavares shot and hit past the Chilean national team. Les Monegasque Good job.

Marseille ignited the cauldron of the Stade Velodrome and started pushing. Leonardo Valerdi hit the bar late in the second period, but neither team could find a winner.Monaco failed to avenge their second-half defeat Le Fosen He returned in November, but at least he was unable to widen the gap to the podium.

“The score could have been 0-2, 0-3 or 0-4 at halftime, but we lacked efficiency. We should be proud of that,” lamented Philippe Clément after the match.

For Monaco, the calendar is not so easy. Monaco faces Auxerre at his Stade Louis II on Wednesday, before his second match against Paris Saint-Germain, OGC Nice and Bayer Leverkusen in February’s busy schedule.

Photo by AS Monaco Proflgate Monaco in Marseille

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