The 9th Ligue 1 day saw Monaco and Bordeaux face off at the Louis II stadium. Bordeaux lost to the Reds and Whites by a score of 3 to 0. We will remember the big game of Golovin, who marked the meeting with his assist and his goal. To counter Petkovic’s 3-4-2-1, with Hwang at the forefront, Kovac aligned his Monegasque team with a balanced 4-2-3-1, with Ben Yedder at the forefront.
Tchouaméni scored the first but, on a pass from Golovin, in the 35th for Monegasques. The scoreboard was therefore 1-0 when the referee whistled the end of the first period of play. Then, Golovin allowed the club of the principality to increase the advantage to the 48th. The last goal of the game was scored in the 62th in favor of Kovac’s men by Ben Yedder.
Gregersen, Disasi and Badiashile were called to order by the referee.
Monaco therefore takes three points, which allows the players to access the 6th place in the standings, ahead of Lorient. The defeat of Bordeaux causes the club to lose a place, the Bordeaux players therefore fall to 17th place.
Monaco and Bordeaux: the next matches
For its next match, Monaco will face OL at Parc Olympique Lyonnais on October 16 at 9 p.m. for the next day. For its part, Bordeaux will meet FC Nantes on October 17 at 3 p.m., at Matmut Atlantique.
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The match in brief: line-up, goals and refereeing
Monaco – Bordeaux: 3-0 (1-0 at half-time)
In Monaco (Louis II stadium), on October 3, kick-off at 3 p.m.
Bordeaux coach: Vladimir Petkovic
Composition of Bordeaux: Benoît Costil (1), Enock Kwateng (25), Timothée Pembélé (22) [puis Sékou Mara à la 68ème], Ricardo Luís Chaby Mangas (12) [puis Gideon Mensah à la 69ème], Edson André Sitoe (4), Stian Gregersen (2), Yacine Adli (19), Fransergio Rodrigues Barbosa (13) [puis Mehdi Zerkane à la 69ème], Otavio Henrique Passos Santos (5) [puis Javairo Dilrosun à la 55ème], Ui-Jo Hwang (18), Samuel Kalu (10) [puis Alberth Elis à la 55ème]
Monaco coach: Niko Kovac
Composition of Monaco: Alexander Nübel (16), Ruben Aguilar (26), Ismail Jakobs (14), Axel Disasi (6) [puis Benoît Badiashile à la 74ème], Guillermo Maripán (3), Eliot Matazo (36), Alexandre Golovine (17) [puis Sofiane Diop à la 57ème], Aurélien Tchouaméni (8) [puis Youssouf Fofana à la 83ème], Gelson Martin (7) [puis Krepin Diatta à la 73ème], Kevin Volland (31), Wissam Ben Yedder (10) [puis Myron Boadu à la 73ème]
Goals: Tchouaméni (35th sp), Golovin (48th), Ben Yedder (62th)
Warnings: Disasi (13th), Badiashile (86th) for Monaco, Gregersen (86th) for Bordeaux
No player sent off