Strasbourg 1-2 Monaco, goals and highlights from Ligue 1

Victory as precious as it suffered for Clement’s Monaco against Strasbourg who, after being able to get back into the game, did not find the right hole to balance the match. In the end the match was resolved with A. Disasi and teammates who prevailed in the score for 2-1, moving their ranking in an important way. After breaking the deadlock with Krépin Diatta’s goal, Monaco managed to do even the most difficult thing: double down, significantly complicating Strasbourg’s recovery plans. The match, however, did not always remain downhill for Clement’s men who saw their advantage halved in the 65th minute. There is still almost all the time in the world before the moment comes when we find long teams and schemes that jump definitively. Strasbourg tried but on the other side Monaco managed to stem the incredible return of the opponent. The goal of repelling every assault is completed and in the 90 ‘it is Clement’s team to celebrate. Obviously the success of a team is thanks to the group but then in the end we tend to celebrate only the scorers. Krépin Diatta and Sofiane Diop earned the cover in this race. Thanks to their goals, the victory for Monaco arrived on time.

Thanks to goals from Krépin Diatta and Sofiane Diop (one for half: 43rd and 53rd), Monaco managed to reach the 2-0 result. Strasbourg scored the flag goal in the 65th minute with Habib Diallo, but failed to avoid defeat.

Both goalkeepers have been busy on several occasions. Alexander Nübel contributed to Monaco’s victory with 6 saves, while Matz Sels stood out on at least 9 occasions despite the defeat of Strasbourg.

Despite the result, the match was in balance. Strasbourg had more ball possession (53%), while Monaco prevailed in terms of total shots (24-11) and had more corners (7-3).

Ruben Aguilar (Monaco) was the best in the number of passes completed (55), even surpassing Alexander Djiku, the most accurate in the ranks of Strasbourg (48). The player of Monaco also best in the passes made in the opponent’s trocar (20 against 5 by Alexander Djiku).

Breel Embolo despite not scoring was the player with the most attempts for Monaco: 5 times, 1 of which in goal. For Strasbourg, it was Ludovic Ajorque who tried harder, shooting 3 times, including 1 in the face of goal.
In Monaco, defender Guillermo Maripán was the best of his opponents in tackling won (7 out of 11 total) and contributed to his team’s dominance in the overall figure (100%). Striker Adrien Thomasson was the most effective in the ranks of Strasbourg with 11 tackles won (15 played in total).

Strasbourg: M. Sels, A. Djiku, G. Nyamsi, L. Perrin, S. Prcic, R. Pierre-Gabriel, D. Lienard (Cap.), J. Bellegarde, A. Thomasson, L. Ajorque, H. Diallo. All: Julien Stéphan
On hand: J. Aholou, D. Jean, I. Doukouré, K. Gameiro, M. Senaya, M. Le Marchand, M. Diarra, R. Risser, T. Delaine.
Changes: Delaine <-> Pierre-Gabriel (45 ‘), Aholou <-> Bellegarde (66′), Le Marchand <-> Perrin (66 ‘), Gameiro <-> Ajorque (66′)

Monaco: A. Nübel, A. Disasi (Cap.), I. Jakobs, R. Aguilar, G. Maripán, K. Diatta, J. de Souza Oliveira, S. Diop, Y. Fofana, G. Batalha Martins, B Embolus. All: Philippe Clement
On hand: T. Didillon, C. Matsima, E. Matazo, V. de Oliveira Campos, F. Lemarechal, W. Ben Yedder, M. Akliouche, S. Magassa, E. Seghir.
Changes: Akliouche <-> Diop (66 ‘), de Oliveira Campos <-> Batalha Martins (73′), Matazo <-> Diatta (87 ‘)

Goals: 43 ‘Diatta (Monaco), 53’ Diop (Monaco), 65 ‘Diallo (Strasbourg).
Bookings: Y. Fofana, K. Diatta

Stadium: Stade de la Meinau
Referee: François Letexier

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