Monaco - OM: Monaco's 3-1 success against OM -
On the occasion of this 21st day of Ligue 1, Monaco and OM faced off at the Louis II stadium.
Victory 3 to 1: the contract is fulfilled for the ASM.
It is in classic 4-4-2 that Kovac has arranged its workforce.
Villas-Boas organized his Marseille players in 3-4-2-1, with Benedetto at the forefront.
From the 12th minute of play, Radonjić deceived the opposing team's goalkeeper on a Ćaleta-Car serve and gave his team a perfect start in the first half.
It was with a score of 0-1 that the players joined their respective locker rooms at half-time.
Then, Maripán seized the opportunity that presented itself in the 47th, he scored against Olympique de Marseille.
Tchouaméni gave the ascendancy to the Monegasques in the 75th, allowing his team to breathe.
Finally, in the 91st, in stoppage time, the match definitively tipped in favor of Monaco, thanks to a goal from Jovetic.
Many faults were whistled during this meeting.
Balerdi Rossa, Diatta, Khaoui, Sakai, Gueye, Golovin, Alvaro and Fofana received a warning.
Possession was relatively balanced (46% for OM, 54% for Monaco).
Following this match, Monaco retains its 4th position, ahead of Stade Rennais.
OM remain in 6th position, ahead of Stade Rennais.
Monaco and OM: the next matches
Monaco will play against FC Nantes at La Beaujoire on January 31 at 9 p.m. for the next day.
Stade Rennais will face OM on January 30 at the same time, at the Orange Vélodrome.
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The meeting in brief
Monaco - OM: 3-1 (0-1 at half-time)
In Monaco (Louis II stadium), January 23, kick-off at 9 p.m.
OM coach: André Villas-Boas
Composition of OM: Steve Mandanda (30), Pol Lirola (29), Duje Ćaleta-Car (15), Leonardo Balerdi Rossa (5), Alvaro Gonzalez (3), Hiroki Sakai (2), Florian Thauvin (26) (then Valère Germain in the 68th), Pape Gueye (22), Michael Cuisance (17) (then Saîf-Eddine Khaoui in the 76th), Nemanja Radonjić (7) (then Dimitri Payet in the 68th), Darío Benedetto (9) (then Arkadiusz Milik in the 59th)
Monaco coach: Niko Kovac
Composition of Monaco: Benjamin Lecomte (40), Benoît Badiashile (32), Djibril Sidibe (29), Ruben Aguilar (26) (then Aleksandr Golovin in the 46th), Caio Henrique Oliveira Silva (12), Guillermo Maripán (3), Sofiane Diop (37) (then Krepin Diatta in the 68th), Youssouf Fofana (22), Aurélien Tchouaméni (8), Kevin Volland (31) (then Pietro Pellegri in the 91st), Wissam Ben Yedder (9) (then Stevan Jovetic to the 78th)
Goals: Radonjić (12th), Maripán (47th), Tchouaméni (75th), Jovetic (91st)
Warnings: Diatta (81st), Golovin (89th), Fofana (93rd) for Monaco, Balerdi Rossa (21st), Sakai (49th), Alvaro (76th), Khaoui (82nd), Gueye (90th) for OM
No player sent off