Monaco defeats Clermont Foot by a landslide

Monaco defeats Clermont Foot by a landslide

With goals from Takumi Minamino (15′ 1T), Breel Embolo (36′ 1T) and Wissam Ben Yedder (11′ 2T and 41′ 2T), Monaco shines in its presentation at the Stade Louis II stadium and beats Clermont 4-1 Foot. The visitor only managed to break the rival net once through Takumi Minamino, in the 15th minute.

After having won their last match of the tournament, the visiting team will seek to keep their morale high. Meanwhile, the host of the day arrives unmotivated after having been defeated on the previous date.

Monaco has just lost 2 to 3 against Olympique Lyon. Although they lost the previous day, in the previous matches they have achieved 4 victories, with 5 goals conceded compared to 11 in favor.

Clermont Foot is coming off a 4-1 win against Stade de Reims. In the 4 recent games played they accumulated 2 draws and 2 losses. He scored a total of 6 goals and they scored 7 in his goal.

The home owner is in second place and has 58 points (17 PG – 7 PE – 7 PP), while the visitor added 25 points and is in eighteenth place in the tournament (5 PG – 10 PE – 16 PP).

Hakim Ben El Hadj was the referee who officiated the match at the Stade Louis II stadium.

Monaco formation today

Coach Adolf Hutter took to the field in a 4-4-2 formation with Radoslaw Majecki in goal; Vanderson, Wilfried Singo, Thilo Kehrer and Krépin Diatta on the defensive line; Takumi Minamino, Mohamed Camara, Youssouf Fofana and Maghnes Akliouche in midfield; and Breel Embolo and Wissam Ben Yedder in attack.

Clermont Foot formation today

For his part, Pascal Gastien stopped a 4-5-1 strategy on the field with Mory Diaw in goal; Mehdi Zeffane, Andy Pelmard, Maximiliano Caufriez, Neto Borges as defense; Yohann Magnin, Johan Gastien, Alan Virginius, Muhammed Cham and Jérémie Bela in the middle; and with Grejohn Kyei in the lead.

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