Monaco overcomes Toulouse 2-0 on Sunday. HIGHLIGHTS

TOULOUSE. Monaco conquers Toulouse with a 2-0 win with a goal from A. Golovin (46') and a goal from B. Embolo (60').

Monaco overcomes Toulouse 2-0 on Sunday. HIGHLIGHTS

TOULOUSE. Monaco beats Toulouse with a 2-0 win with a goal from A. Golovin (46′) and a goal from B. Embolo (60′).

The match was played at the Stadium de Toulouse (Toulouse) stadium in Toulouse on Sunday and it started at 3:00 pm local time. The referee was Benoît Millot with the support of Brice Parinet Le Tellier and Julien Haulbert. The 4th official was Brendan Roffet. The weather was clear. The temperature was pleasant at 19.9 degrees Celsius or 67.82 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 40%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 49 Ball Possession 51
Shots
  • 11 Total 23
  • 5 On Target 10
  • 6 Off Target 13
  • 2 Shots blocked 2
  • 90 Attack 102
  • 53 Dangerous attack 68
  • 82 Ball safe​ 97
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 7 Corners 6
  • 2 Off Sides 2
Fouls
  • 9 Total 11
  • 0 Yellow Cards 1
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 3 Substitutions 5

Ball possession

There was not much difference in terms of ball possession. Toulouse was in possession of the ball for 49% of the time vs. Monaco that controlled the ball for 51% of the time.

Attitude and shots

Monaco had a more offensive attitude with 68 dangerous attacks and 23 shots of which 10 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Monaco won the contest.​

Toulouse shot 11 times, 5 on target, 6 off target. Talking about the opposition, Monaco shot 23 times, 10 on target, 13 off target.

Cards

Toulouse didn’t receive any yellow card. Talking about the opposition, Monaco received 1 yellow card (M. Akliouche).

Match Timeline

46'
A. Golovin(goal)
F. Chaibi- sub ->B. Dejaegere
54'
T. Dallinga- sub ->V. Birmancevic
55'
60'
B. Embolo(goal)
A. Onaiwu- sub ->R. Ratao
71'
77'
K. Diatta- sub ->T. Minamino
77'
W. Ben Yedder- sub ->B. Embolo
82'
R. Aguilar- sub ->Vanderson
89'
I. Jakobs- sub ->A. Golovin
90'
M. Akliouche- sub ->K. Volland
90'
M. Akliouche- Yellow

Standings

After this match, Toulouse will stay with 16 points like Reims to remain in the 12th place. On the opposite side, Monaco will have 27 points like Olympique Marseille and Lorient to sit in the 5th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the Ligue 1, Toulouse will play away with Rennes on the 12th of November with a 16-9 head to head statistic in favor of Rennes (7 draws).

Monaco will host Olympique Marseille on the 13th of November with a 14-12 head to head stats in favor of Olympique Marseille (7 draws).

Toulouse – Formation

Toulouse
G
M. Dupé 30.France
7.3
D
I. Sylla 12.Guinea
6.1
D
R. Nicolaisen 2.Denmark
7.4
D
A. Rouault 4.France
6.6
D
K. Keben 31.Cameroon
6.2
M
B. Dejaegere 10.Belgium
6.4
54'
M
B. van den 8.Netherlands
7.4
M
S. Spierings 17.Netherlands
6.2
F
V. Birmančević 19.Serbia
7.0
55'
F
R. da Silva 21.Brazil
7.0
71'
F
Z. Aboukhlal 6.Netherlands
6.3
Substitutes
G
C. Haug 16.Norway
D
M. Diarra 23.France
D
O. Zandén 18.Sweden
D
L. Costa 14.France
M
D. Genreau 5.Australia
M
F. Chaïbi 28.France
6.8
54'
F
A. Onaiwu 7.Japan
6.6
71'
F
Y. Begraoui 11.France
F
T. Dallinga 27.Netherlands
6.4
55'

Toulouse started with a aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

The manager Philippe Montanier decided to play with the following team: Maxime Dupé (7.3), Kévin Keben Biakolo (6.2), Anthony Rouault (6.6), Rasmus Nicolaisen (7.4), Issiaga Sylla (6.1), Brecht Dejaegere (6.4), Stijn Spierings (6.2), Branco van den Boomen (7.4), Rafael Ratão (7.0), Zakaria Aboukhlal (6.3) and Veljko Birmančević (7.0).

The home team had on the bench: Ado Onaiwu (6.6), Yanis Begraoui, Thijs Dallinga (6.4), Denis Genreau, Fares Chaibi (6.8), Moussa Diarra, Oliver Zandén, Logan Costa and Kjetil Haug.

Substitutions

Toulouse made 3 changes: B. Dejaegere for F. Chaibi (54′), V. Birmancevic for T. Dallinga (55′) and R. Ratao for A. Onaiwu (71′).

Best player: Rasmus Nicolaisen​

The player that probably impressed the most for Toulouse was Rasmus Nicolaisen.

His rating is (7.4) with 41 passes (73% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 7 duels out of 7.

Monaco – Formation

Monaco
G
A. Nübel 16.Germany
7.0
D
6.8
D
A. Disasi 6.France
7.4
D
C. Henrique 12.Brazil
7.1
D
V. de Oliveira 2.Brazil
6.8
82'
M
T. Minamino 18.Japan
8.1
77'
M
A. Golovin 17.Russia
8.7
89' Goals46'
M
Y. Fofana 19.France
7.4
M
K. Volland 31.Germany
7.4
90'
M
M. Camara 4.Mali
8.4
F
B. Embolo 36.Switzerland
7.3
77' Goals60'
Substitutes
G
T. Didillon 30.France
D
R. Aguilar 26.France
82'
D
M. Sarr 23.France
D
I. Jakobs 14.Germany
89'
M
M. Akliouche 21.France
90' 90'
M
E. Matazo 15.Belgium
M
G. Martins 77.Portugal
F
W. Ben 10.France
6.2
77'
F
K. Diatta 27.Senegal
6.4
77'

Monaco started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

Philippe Clement played with: Alexander Nübel (7.0), Vanderson (6.8), Axel Disasi (7.4), Guillermo Maripán (6.8), Caio Henrique (7.1), Youssouf Fofana (7.4), Mohamed Camara (8.4), Takumi Minamino (8.1), Kevin Volland (7.4), Aleksandr Golovin (8.7) and Breel Embolo (7.3).

They had on the bench: Maghnes Akliouche, Ruben Aguilar, Eliot Matazo, Malang Sarr, Thomas Didillon, Wissam Ben Yedder (6.2), Ismail Jakobs, Krépin Diatta (6.4) and Gelson Martins.

Substitutions

Monaco made 5 changes: T. Minamino for K. Diatta (77′), B. Embolo for W. Ben Yedder (77′), Vanderson for R. Aguilar (82′), A. Golovin for I. Jakobs (89′) and K. Volland for M. Akliouche (90′).

Best player: Aleksandr Golovin​

The most impressive player for Monaco was Aleksandr Golovin.

His rating is (8.7) with 1 goal, 35 passes (77% accurate) and 6 key passes. He was won 5 duels out of 8. He performed 1 cross.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Ligue 1.​