The Stade de Reims Monaco, as part of the 26th day of Ligue 1. With a final result of 2 to 1, the Stade de Reims won this match.
If Óscar's squad was placed in a balanced 4-2-3-1, with Hornby in the lead to start the match, Clément asked his Monegasque team to position themselves in a defensive 4-5-1, with Ben Yedder in point.
No ball made the net shake during the first half and the score therefore remained clean.
By scoring an own goal in the 55th minute, Ben Yedder allowed Stade de Reims to score.
Then, behind in the score, the Monegasque Volland did not abdicate and scored a goal in the 85th minute.
With his goal in the 93rd, in extra time, Mbuku allowed his team to take a definitive advantage.
Many players were warned during this meeting.
The referee showed yellow cards to Disasi, Munetsi and Hornby.
Jean Lucas left the field following two yellows taken in quick succession (86th and 88th).
Thanks to this victory, the Stade de Reims gains a place and therefore takes 13th place in the ranking, thus ahead of Angers SCO.
Monaco remains in 6th position, overtaken by RC Strasbourg.
Monaco and Stade de Reims: the next matches
For its next match, Stade de Reims will face RC Strasbourg at the Auguste-Delaune stadium on March 6 at 3 p.m.
For its part, Monaco will meet OM the same day at 8:45 p.m., at the Orange Vélodrome.
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The match in brief: line-ups, goals and refereeing
Monaco - Stade de Reims: 1-2 (0-0 at half-time)
In Monaco (Louis II stadium), February 27, kick-off at 1 p.m.
Stade de Reims coach: Óscar Garcia Junyent
Composition of Stade de Reims: Predrag Rajković (1), Bradley Locko (28), Maxime Busi (4), Ghislain Konan (3) [then Martin Adeline in 65th], Wout Faes (2), Dion Lopy (26) [ then Arber Zeneli at 80th], Azor Matusiwa (21), Marshall Nyasha Munetsi (15), Alexis Flips (12) [then Moussa Doumbia at 74th], Mitchell Van Bergen (19) [then Ilan Kebbal at 74th], Fraser Hornby (18) [then Nathanaël Mbuku in the 65th]
Monaco coach: Philippe Clément
Monaco line-up: Alexander Nübel (16), Ismail Jakobs (14), Axel Disasi (6), Guillermo Maripán (3), Vanderson d'Oliveira Campos (2), Sofiane Diop (37), Youssouf Fofana (22) [then Eliot Matazo at 80th], Jean Lucas de Souza Oliveira (11), Gelson Martins (7) [then Maghnes Akliouche at 78th], Kevin Volland (31), Wissam Ben Yedder (10)
Goals: Ben Yedder (55th csc), Volland (85th), Mbuku (93rd)
Bookings: Disasi (25th) for Monaco, Hornby (27th), Munetsi (42nd) for Stade de Reims
No players expelled
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