Monaco didn’t deserve better – Player Debriefing and NOTES (ASM 0-1 Ferencvaros)

Monaco didn’t deserve better – Player Debriefing and NOTES (ASM 0-1 Ferencvaros)

Monaco didn’t deserve better – Player Debriefing and NOTES (ASM 0-1 Ferencvaros)

Malmen in the first period, then largely dominant after the break, Monaco fell on the grass against Ferencvaros (0-1), this Thursday, during the second day of the Europa League. Very disappointing result for the princely team, which in the opposing area was awkwardly clumsy.

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Badiashille and Monaco missed their meeting with Louis II.

The monk can blame himself. After securing a solid victory in Belgrade last week, the Principality club lost at home to Ferencvaros (0-1) on Thursday, during the second day of the Europa League.

A very frustrating result for ASM, which slipped in the standings before the dangerous double confrontation with Trabzonspor.

Ferencvaros above before the interval

In a Louis II with equally scattered stands still, the princely team missed the start of the match. Beaten in the impact and in the desire, the Mongasks are unable to get close to the goal held by Dibusz and suffer the attacks of the opponents, more and more regular and sharp. After a first signal from S. Mmaee’s shot, the ASM is saved by the VAR on Nguen’s net, signaled offside.

Over the minutes the Hungarian club increased the pressure. It took a nice intervention from Nbel to repel a tense shot from Traor. Warm alarm for Monaco, who have the opportunity to take the lead, but Golovin stumbles on Dibusz while Ben Yedder misses his comeback in the crowd. Just before the break, another decisive save from Nbel is needed to block a free-kick from Laidouni who heads for the corner of the posts.

Monk punished

Upon returning from the locker room, the face of the match has changed completely. Monaco dominated the debates clearly enough against a much more cautious Ferencvaros side grouped behind. However, Philippe Clement’s gang failed to be dangerous, systematically losing their means when it came to making the right move in the box with endless offside positions.

In the last quarter of an hour, Monaco have not been far from securing victory. At his first ball, Jakobs has a golden opportunity to score but his recovery was postponed in extremis by Dibusz. It was finally the visiting team to shake the nets as Vecsei, on a volley from Aguilar and Disasi, deceived Nbel (0-1, 80 °). A counter-current goal but which came to punish the Mongas who did not deserve better …

The score of the match: 4.5 / 10

A difficult game to follow. For the good and simple reason that Monaco was painfully clumsy in the opposing area. Wrong choices in abundance, passes always with the wrong time, ASM was very frustrating against a team that was objectively weaker but managed to sting when we least expected it.

The target. the goal:

– After a good job by Boli, Traor, on the right, hits the spot. In reception Vecsei, who saw his volley blocked by Aguilar then Disasi before cutting Nbel’s line, too short on his intervention (0-1, 80 °).

NOTES from players

Maxifoot scored (out of 10) comments to each player.

Man of the match: Assa Ladouni (8/10)

The Tunisian midfielder has been well above in this match. Dominant in midfield, he had no problems managing Fofana and Camara. Clean in his interventions, in his outings with the ball, the player trained in Angers gave a lesson to his Mongolian counterparts. A high-level match for the Aigle de Carthage.

MONK :

Alexander Nbel (6): the German goalkeeper has nothing to blame. Clean in his interventions, especially rejecting a dangerous punishment from Laidouni. At the Hungarian goal he was surprised by two counter-attacks.

Axel Disasi (5.5): little used the central defender who passed through Reims. He was clean in tackling and good in duels. Unfortunately, he inadvertently deflects the ball to Ferencvaros’ winning goal …

Malang Sarr (5.5): Maripan favorite, the central defender trained in Nice responded in the duels. He also had some difficulties in lining up with his teammates in the first half before regaining his cruising pace upon returning from the locker room. He half fig, half grapes. Replace the 81st minute with Myron Boadu (not no).

Benot Badiashile (5): called up by Didier Deschamps for the next matches of the French, the central defender struggled against Traor. Heavy in his movements, he was often caught behind in the first period. Better after half-time, but not good enough to succeed in his match.

Vanderson (4): The Brazilian right-back has clearly been in trouble since the start of the season. Tonight he was unable to make a difference in his lane even though he was hardly involved in the defensive phase. Replace the 46th minute with Ruben Aguilar (6), who was much better than his South American partner. He stood out with a caviar for Jakobs, who lacked clarity when it came to finding the fault.

Youssouf Fofana (5): Also called by Didier Deschamps for the next matches of the French team, the Mongasian midfielder made an average copy. In his impact he was again present, but his use of the ball left something to be desired. He had a hard time crossing the Laidouni wall.

Mohamed Camara (4): a disappointment. After the incredible match in Paris, the Malian midfielder has not yet returned to the highest level. Faced with a Laidouni who does not lower his eyes, the former Salzburg has struggled to make a difference. He will have to quickly find a second wind.

Aleksandr Golovin (5): The Russian midfielder was one of the few players at the level in the first period, finding his teammates thanks to his passing qualities. However, he was dyed on his return from the locker room, when Monaco took control of the game. At the wrong time. Replace 73rd minute with Ismal Jakobs (not no)who missed a great chance to give Monaco victory with a close range shot.

Caio Henrique (5): Much more prominent than Vanderson, the Brazilian left side was unusually imprecise. He combined quite well with Golovin but his crosses never made it to their destination. Medium.

Krepin Diatta (3): the Senegalese winger has completely missed the game. Very weak technically, he had a fairly large ball waste, missing many easy passes. A disastrous performance. Replace the 46th minute with Maghnes Akliouche (5)who fought well but often exaggerated forgetting to play simple.

Wissam Ben Yedder (3): Alone on the front line, the French forward had a very difficult game. Little used, he scored on the Hungarian defense who had no problem blocking him. In the second period he made many wrong choices, struggling to position himself to avoid the offside. Like his failed start to the season. Replace the 66th minute with Breel Embolo (not no).

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MONACO-FERENCVAROS 0-1 (half time: 0-0) – EUROPA LEAGUE – Group H (Monaco) / 2nd matchday
Stadium: Stade Louis II, Fontvieille – Referee: Espen Eskas, Norway

Targets : – B. Vcsei (80 °) for FERENCVAROS
Warnings : B. Embolus (77 °)for MONACO – Mr. Besic (69th), A. Traor (90 + 4 °)for FERENCVAROS

MONK : A.NbelA. Disasters, Mr. Sarr (Mr. Boadu, 81st), B. BadiashileVanderson (M. Akliouche, 46 °), Y.Fofana, Mr. Camara, Gaius HenriqueW. Ben Yedder (B. Embolo, 65 °)K. Diatta (R. Aguilar, 46 °), A. Golovin (I. Jakobs, 73rd)

FERENCVAROS : D.DibuszS. Mmaee, Mr. KnoesterH. Wingo, E.BotkaMr. Besic (B. Vcsei, 69 °), A.LadouniK. Zachariassen (A. Esiti, 90 °)A.Traor, T. Nguen (F. Boli, 64 °)R. Mmaee (A. Gojak, 64th)

Monaco beaten on the field … and in the stands

Another missed match for Ben Yedder …

The joy of the Ferencvaros players after Vecsei’s goal (0-1, 80th)

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