Thursday , January 21 2021

Monaco Exhibition, the price of Rennes and Angers – Ligue 1

Only three small games this Saturday in the multiplex, for three wins at home. Thunderclap: Monaco wins its first home success for Jardim's return and leaves a small amount of water. There were very few goals in the other two games, Angers and Rennes came to Dijon and Amiens at the smallest score.

Angers 1-0 Dijon

Purpose: Bahoken (27e) for the SCO.

Cat Philippe Geluck, who invited himself on the game's tune this weekend for the good cause, brings the men of Stéphane Moulin in this duel between two direct competitors: before half an hour of play, Jeff Queen-Adelaide's wisest fire Washing, Sheikh Ndoye and Stéphane Bahoken center in front of Bobby Allain (27e). And that's all about it, if several sides do not harvest grapes Angevin (including huge Kanga just before the gong): fearful protective, the DFCO (16e) has dropped 7 points away from his host with nighttime.

Angers (4-3-3): Butelle – Ab. Bamba, Pavlovic, Thomas, Manceau – C. N Doye (c), Santamaria, Mangani (El Melali, 73e) – Queen Adelaide (Fulgini, 67e), Bahoken (Kanga, 80)e), Tait. Trainer: Stéphane Moulin.
Dijon (4-2-3-1): Allain – Chafik (Aguerd, 87e), Yambere, Lautoa, Haddadi – Priod (Amalfitano, 74)e), Abeid – Kwon, Sliti (J. Keita, 71st), Said – Tavares (c). Trainer: Antoine Kombouaré.

Monaco 2-1 Toulouse

Aims: Golovin (16e) to Fàbregas (63e) for Monaco // Jullien for Toulouse (20e).

It was like going back to school in the middle of the year for this new Monaco, which reconnected with Louis-II: a new "coach", new heads on the meadow and the bench, and New season almost starts. Intense at the beginning of the game, the Asemistes plants the first bander against thanks to Aleksandr Golovin (16e), on the new crack service Gelson Martins. But we do not resume: there are not one, Christopher Jullien is present to equalize on a billiards shot (20e). In Radiant as his Portuguese friends, Golovin finds the amount (25e). And after a lot of hot shots in the 16 meters of Toulouse and a new rush from Gelson Martins, Cesc Fàbregas opens its counter at Ligue 1 with a beautiful pralin (63e). As a result, the ASM is permeating again, Jimmy Durmaz reaches the post (68e) and Subasic saves the house against Gradel (76)e), while Adrien Silva, GK Nkoudou and Carlos Vinicius open their new shirt off the bench. Close to the break, the team is strikingly spectacular and miraculous and able to enjoy for the first time this season is a Principality winner, which is a growing nursery rhyme i 18e where: here is the 2nd of February 2019 and Monegasques knows it, better late and never.

Monaco (4-3-3): Subasig – D. Sidibe, Glik, Badiashile, Ballo-Toure – Fabregas, Jemerson, Golovin (Nkoudou, 78e) – Gelson Martins (A. Silva, 72)e), Falcao (c, Carlos Vinicius 84e), R. Lopes. Trainer: Leonardo Jardim.
Toulouse (4-2-3-1): Reynet – Diakite, Shoji, Jullien, I. Sylla – I. Sangare, Durmaz (Bostock, 71e) – Mr. Dossevi, Mr. Garcia (Jean, 78)e), Gradel (c) – Leya Iseka. Trainer: Alain Casanova.

Rennes 1-0 Amiens

Purpose: Zeffane (82e) for Rennes.

Between the Ligue 1, the Coupe de France and the European epic, the Rouge et Noir – who had not won since January 13 – started a marathon in February. They started with a marathon with the maids, at home against the Picardians (and for the first tenure of the Souomeyma Doumbia rookie, left hand side): collective agreement, technical quality not in the rendezvous and in Amazing is extremely rare. We thought we would not see a goal in the Roazhon Park, but Mbaye Niang came up, improvised a number in the box and found Mehdi Zeffane (82).e), joining Amiens towards the last place. Starting the time for Britain?

Rennes (4-2-3-1): Koubek – Zeffane, Da Silva, Mexer, S. Doumbia – Attic (Nyamsi, 90e), Andre (c) – I. Sarr, Ben Arfa, Bourigeaud (Hunou, 71)e) – Mr. Niang (Gelin, 84)e). Trainer: Julien Stephan.
Amiens (4-2-3-1): Gurtner – Krafth, P. Gouano (c), Lefort, Dibassy – Monconduit, Blin – Otero, Bodmer (Gnahore, 68e), Timeliness – Guirassy (Konate, 59e). Trainer: Christophe Pélissier.

  • Results and Ligue 1 site

    Without Jérémie Baron

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