The penultimate day of Ligue 1 was an opportunity for Stade Brestois to face Monaco, at the Louis II stadium.

Monaco won this match 4 to 2. This match was marked by the great performance of Ben Yedder, who scored a hat-trick.

The Monegasque squad played in a balanced 4-2-3-1, with Ben Yedder at the forefront, a system chosen by Clément, while Der Zakarian opted for a usual 4-3-3.

The first half started well for Stade Brestois when the team managed to surprise the club of the principality in the 10th minute (achievement by Duverne on a service from Magnetti).

Then, Belaïli managed to deceive the goalkeeper, scoring the second goal of the match.

In the 44th, Ben Yedder found the goalkeeper's net, scoring the game's third goal.

At the break, each group returned to the locker room with a score of 1-2.

The French player reiterated in the 51st then in the 55th: with two goals in quick succession, he will have scored the match.

Finally, the last goal of the game was scored in the 70th for the Reds and Whites by Volland.

Golovin received a yellow card, as well as Volland and Hérelle.

The provisional classification is modified following this victory for Monaco.

By gaining a place, the club is ahead of OM and is positioned in 2nd position.

Following this match, Stade Brestois temporarily retains its 11th position, ahead of Stade de Reims.

 Monaco and Stade Brestois: the next matches 

Monaco will play against RC Lens at the Bollaert-Delelis stadium on May 21 at 9 p.m. for the next day.

Bordeaux will face Stade Brestois on the same day at exactly the same time, at the Francis-Le Blé stadium.

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

Monaco - Stade Brestois: 4-2 (1-2 at half-time)

In Monaco (Louis II stadium), May 14, kick-off at 9 p.m.

Stade Brestois coach: Michel Der Zakarian

Composition of Stade Brestois: Marco Bizot (40), Christophe Hérelle (23) [then Brendan Chardonnet in the 78th], Ronael Pierre-Gabriel (18), Lilian Brassier (3), Jean-Kévin Duverne (2), Hugo Magnetti ( 27) [then Haris Belkebla in 64th], Lucien Agoume (10), Paul Lasne (8), Mohamed Youcef Belaïli (24) [then Rafiki Said in 77th], Irvin Cardona (14) [then Jérémy Le Douaron in 56th], Martín Adrián Satriano Costa (11) [then Steve Mounie at 64th]

Monaco coach: Philippe Clément

Composition of Monaco: Alexander Nübel (16), Ruben Aguilar (26), Caio Henrique Oliveira Silva (12), Axel Disasi (6), Benoît Badiashile (5), Vanderson d'Oliveira Campos (2) [then Ismail Jakobs at the 53rd], Youssouf Fofana (22), Aleksandr Golovin (17) [then Gelson Martins in 79th], Aurélien Tchouaméni (8), Kevin Volland (31) [then Jean Lucas de Souza Oliveira in 89th], Wissam Ben Yedder ( 10) [then Myron Boadu at the 89th] 

Goals: Duverne (10th sp), Belaïli (24th), Ben Yedder (44th), Ben Yedder (51st), Ben Yedder (55th), Volland (70th)

Warnings: Golovin (48th), Volland (63rd) for Monaco, Hérelle (48th) for Stade Brestois

No players expelled

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