The 11th day of Ligue 1 was the opportunity for Montpellier to face Monaco, at the Louis II stadium.
Montpellier lost 3 to 1. Volland will have scored this meeting, because of his assist and his goal.
Dall'Oglio organized his team in a balanced 4-2-3-1, with Germain in the lead.
Opposite, Kovac played his Monegasque starting 11 in a classic 4-4-2.
Quickly after the kick-off, ASM, thanks to Volland, managed to find the back of the goalkeeper's net, from the penalty spot, in the 12th.
Then, Monaco saw their lead in the score widen, thanks to Ben Yedder in 17th, on a service from Volland.
At half-time, the score was therefore 2-0.
Gelson Martins scored against La Paillade in the 61st.
Finally, the last goal of the meeting was scored by Savanier in the 81st, for Montpellier.
The referee released a card for Maripán, then for Cozza and Ristić.
By gaining 2 places thanks to this victory, Monaco goes 8th, overtaking OL in the standings.
Montpellier remains in 13th position, ahead of RC Strasbourg.
Monaco and Montpellier: the next matches
For its next match, Monaco will face Stade Brestois at the Francis-Le Blé stadium on October 31 at 5 p.m. for the next day.
For its part, Montpellier will meet FC Nantes the same day at 3 p.m., at the Mosson stadium.
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The match in brief: line-up, goals and refereeing
Monaco - Montpellier: 3-1 (2-0 at half-time)
In Monaco (Louis II stadium), on October 24, kick-off at 5 p.m.
Montpellier coach: Olivier Dall'Oglio
Composition of Montpellier: Jonas Omlin (1), Nicolas Cozza (31) [then Elye Wahi in the 45th], Mamadou Sakho (3), Florent Mollet (25), Leo Leroy (18) [then Mihailo Ristić in the 45th], Maxime Esteve (14), Joris Chotard (13), Téji Savanier (11), Salomon Sambia (6) [then Arnaud Souquet in the 63rd], Stephy Alvaro Mavididi (10) [then Béni Makouana in the 66th], Valère Germain ( 9) [then Nicholas Gioacchini in the 66th]
Monaco coach: Niko Kovac
Composition of Monaco: Alexander Nübel (16), Ruben Aguilar (26), Strahinja Pavlovic (21), Caio Henrique Oliveira Silva (12) [then Ismail Jakobs in the 66th], Guillermo Maripán (3) [then Axel Disasi in the 45th ], Sofiane Diop (37) [then Jean Lucas de Souza Oliveira in the 66th], Eliot Matazo (36), Aurélien Tchouaméni (8), Gelson Martins (7) [then Youssouf Fofana in the 75th], Kevin Volland (31) , Wissam Ben Yedder (10) [then Myron Boadu in the 75th]
Goals: Volland (12th sp), Ben Yedder (17th), Gelson Martins (61st), Savanier (81st)
Warnings: Maripán (24th) for Monaco, Cozza (42nd), Ristić (52nd) for Montpellier
No player sent off