Monaco and Clermont Foot met at the Gabriel-Montpied stadium for the 8th Ligue 1 day. Clermont Foot lost 3 to 1. The Monegasque squad of Kovac played in classic 4-4-2 and those of Gastien played in a balanced 4-2-3-1 with Bayo at the forefront.
Bayo’s team have returned to this match well. From the 6th minute of the first half, it deceived the goalkeeper of the opposing team, on a service from N’Simba. Then, Gastien’s men conceded a goal in the 26th minute, scored by Ben Yedder. At half-time, the score was therefore 1-1. Thanks to Volland’s goal, the Monegasques took control of the match in the 47th. Finally, at the 92th, in added time, the match was definitively tipped in favor of the Reds and Whites, thanks to a goal from Diop.
The tension was palpable in this match. The referee handed out a yellow card to Tchouaméni, Volland, Diop, Salis Abdul Samed, Pavlovic and Gastien.
Monaco therefore takes three points, which allows the players to access the 8th place in the ranking, ahead of LOSC. This defeat brings down Clermont Foot in 15th post, behind Montpellier.
Clermont Foot and Monaco: the next matches
For its next match, Monaco will face Bordeaux at the Louis II stadium on October 3 at 3 p.m. For its part, Clermont Foot will meet Lorient on the same day at exactly the same time, at the Stade du Moustoir.
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The match in brief: line-ups, goals and refereeing
Clermont Foot – Monaco: 1-3 (1-1 at half-time)
In Clermont-Ferrand (Gabriel-Montpied stadium), on September 26, kick-off at 5 p.m.
Monaco coach: Niko Kovac
Composition of Monaco: Alexander Nübel (16), Strahinja Pavlovic (21), Djibril Sidibe (19), Caio Henrique Oliveira Silva (12), Guillermo Maripán (3), Youssouf Fofana (22) [puis Eliot Matazo à la 38ème], Alexandre Golovine (17) [puis Sofiane Diop à la 46ème], Aurélien Tchouaméni (8), Gelson Martins (7) [puis Myron Boadu à la 69ème], Kevin Volland (31), Wissam Ben Yedder (10)
Clermont Foot coach: Pascal Gastien
Composition of Clermont Foot: Arthur Desmas (1), Florent Ogier (21), Akim Zedadka (20), Vital N’Simba (12), Cédric Hountondji (4), Johan Gastien (25), Jodel Dossou (24) [puis Pierre-Yves Hamel à la 83ème], Salis Abdul Samed (19) [puis Jonathan Iglesias à la 66ème], Jason Berthomier (8) [puis Saîf-Eddine Khaoui à la 66ème], Mohamed Bayo (27), Elba Rashani (18) [puis Jim Emilien Ngowet Allevinah à la 66ème]
Goals: Bayo (6th), Ben Yedder (26th), Volland (47th), Diop (92th)
Warnings: Salis Abdul Samed (35th), Gastien (54th) for Clermont Foot, Pavlovic (29th), Chouaméni (45th), Volland (70th), Diop (84th) for Monaco
No player sent off