It was at the Louis II stadium that ASSE faced Monaco, during the match counting for the 7th day of Ligue 1. Monaco won their match 3 to 1. This match was marked by the great performance of Ben Yedder, who scored a brace.

It is in classic 4-4-2 that Kovac put his starting 11.

Puel organized his Saint-Etienne players in a balanced 4-2-3-1, with Krasso at the forefront.

Volland scored the first goal, on a service from Fofana, in the 27th for the principality club.

However, the match was completely restarted with Bouanga equalizing on a service from Krasso in the 41st.

At the break, the two teams momentarily parted with a score of 1-1.

Thanks to Ben Yedder's goal in the 62nd, the Monegasque club took the lead.

The French striker repeated in the 86th, thus concluding the match: with one goal in quick succession, he will have scored the match.

Sidibe and Kolodziejczak received a warning.

Green received a red card in the 33rd minute.

Thanks to this victory, Monaco gained 2 places and therefore took 12th place in the provisional classification, thus ahead of LOSC.

ASSE keeps its place at the end of the provisional classification, after its defeat.

Monaco and ASSE: the next matches

For its next match, Monaco will face Clermont Foot at the Gabriel-Montpied stadium on September 26 at 5 p.m.

For its part, ASSE will meet OGC Nice on September 25 at the same time, at the Geoffroy-Guichard stadium.

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The match in brief: line-up, goals and refereeing

Monaco - ASSE: 3-1 (1-1 at half-time)

In Monaco (Louis II stadium), on September 22, kick-off at 7 p.m.

ASSE trainer: Claude Puel

Composition of ASSE: Etienne Green (40), Mickaël Nadé (33) [then Zaydou Youssouf in the 37th], Miguel Trauco (13), Thimothée Kolodziejczak (5), Harold Moukoudi (2), Yvan Neyou (19), Mahdi Camara (8), Denis Bouanga (20) [then Adil Aouchiche in the 79th], Arnaud Nordin (18) [then Stefan Bajic in the 36th], Jean-Philippe Krasso (14) [then Romain Hamouma in the 70th], Wahbi Khazri (10) [then Ryad Boudebouz in the 79th]

Monaco coach: Niko Kovac

Composition of Monaco: Alexander Nübel (16), Djibril Sidibe (19), Caio Henrique Oliveira Silva (12) [then Strahinja Pavlovic in the 87th], Axel Disasi (6), Benoît Badiashile (5), Sofiane Diop (37), Eliot Matazo (36), Krepin Diatta (27) [then Aurélien Tchouaméni in the 72nd], Youssouf Fofana (22), Kevin Volland (31) [then Jean Lucas de Souza Oliveira in the 89th], Myron Boadu (9) [then Wissam Ben Yedder in the 61st]

Goals: Volland (27th sp), Bouanga (41st), Ben Yedder (62nd), Ben Yedder (86th)

Warnings: Sidibe (23rd) for Monaco, Kolodziejczak (60th) for ASSE

Expelled players: Green (33rd) for ASSE

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