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Ligue 1: Monaco defeats Metz and puts pressure on Brest

Only 16 minutes and then gone.

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Ligue 1: Monaco defeats Metz and puts pressure on Brest

Only 16 minutes and then gone. AS Monaco was already leading by three lengths after about fifteen minutes of play, leaving the penultimate in Ligue 1 with no chance. The Monegasques won by a large margin (5-2) and condemned Metz to the end of the season. complicated to get support.

A one-sided match that didn't take long to get going. After suffering the first opportunity in this meeting, the Rocher players will immediately respond. On a good serve in the area, Takumi Minamino produced a classy sequence to immediately put his team in the lead in this match (0-1, 3rd). While they had not yet digested this first cannon shot, the Messins will continue to suffer the wrath of their opponents.

On a counter led by Maghnes Akliouche, the latter perfectly used the call of his captain Wissam Ben Yedder to deceive the defenders and already double the lead in this 27th day of Ligue 1 (0-2, 9th). Completely overwhelmed on all sides, the FC Metz players achieved nothing in this first act and seemed without a solution to prevent the visitors from playing their game.

On a sublime serve from Golovin, the Brazilian full-back, Vanderson brought his team's lead to 3 goals even before the 20th minute (0-3, 16th). Laszlo Bölöni tried to cause an electric shock by opening his bench after half an hour of play, but that changed nothing. His team returned to the locker room to the whistles of the supporters present at Saint-Symphorien. During the restart, the Monegasques had clearly reduced the intensity and pace of this meeting.

For a long time without a clear opportunity to get their teeth into, the Metz supporters would have preferred to remain hungry rather than see Alexandre Oukidja attempt a backheel under Balogun's pressure. Poorly assured, this technical gesture cost the locals the fourth goal of this game (0-4, 76th).

While they had begun to desert the stands of the stadium, the faithful of FC Metz were still able to vibrate twice thanks to the reduction of the score of Pape Amidou Diallo (1-4, 89th) then of Ibou Sané ( 2-4, 83rd). But the Messins started from far too far away to really worry their evening opponents. Folarin Balogun also buried all the hopes of the locals by scoring his double on a corner where he found himself alone at the penalty point (2-5).

The Rocher club once again becomes, thanks to this handily won success, second in Ligue 1 (49 points), before the match at Stade Brestois (3rd, 47 points) which will travel to Lorient (15th) in a decisive Breton derby, both for the Champions League and maintenance.

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