Danger in front of the Monegasque goal
On the right, Delaine sends a strong cross in front of goal, but Monaco emerges.
Strasbourg believes in it
La Meinau woke up and urged his men to rush forward.
Gameiro crashes into the box
But the referee does not whistle a foul.
It’s coaching time
Bellegarde, Perrin and Ajorque are replaced by Aholou, Le Marchand and Gameiro. Diop gives way to Akliouche.
Strasbourg is back!!!
After a cross from Delaine, instead of the right, Diallo, at the far post, finds the fault with his head!!! The Meinau wakes up!!
Monaco still on the attack
Monaco is on the attack and is not really in danger in this meeting.
The pot for Monaco!
Sels touches the ball and slows it down, but Lucas finds the post!
The game could resume
Everyone got up and the same 22 actors took over the game.
Big contact in the surface
Embolo and Djiku remain on the ground in the Strasbourg area. The referee stops play.
Strasbourg is back to the wall
The Strasbourg are trying to go forward, to try to reduce the gap fairly quickly.
Diop for the break!!!!
Diop is present to take the ball in the empty goal! Previously, Sels had intervened again. It’s 2-0 for Monaco.
Monaco is magnifying
The Monegasques had a corner to negotiate, but they miss each other and cannot create danger.
Another great release from Sels!
Sels comes to intervene in front of Diatta, who had presented himself alone against the Strasbourg porter!
We demand the penalty!
In the area, Ajorque strikes, but he is countered. We then claim the penalty, for a hand from Disasi, but the referee does not flinch.
Martins is already showing
Martins, right-footed hook, goes inside before wrapping up the opposite side, but his ball slips past.
Change at the break
For Strasbourg, Delaine replaces Pierre-Gabriel.
It’s time for the second period!
The kick-off was given and Monaco engaged.
At the end of the first 45 minutes of play, Monaco leads on the lawn of Strasbourg, thanks to a goal from Krépin Diatta (43rd).
The release of Nubel!
The Monaco goalkeeper is ahead of Diallo and concedes a quickly played corner.
What a but for Diatta!!!!!
On this corner, Diatta takes the volley ball and leaves no chance to Sels!! What a but!
Monaco insists on
Diop collides with Nyamsi, who concedes another corner in favor of Monaco. The fifth Monegasque.
It is still Diop who is surprised. Monaco then quickly recovers the ball.
Diop shows up
Diop, after an oriented control, strikes, but it goes over.
The release of Salts!
Found on a center, Martins cannot overcome this ball and come up against Sels, author of a new good outing.
It is this time for Monaco.
The two teams continue to neutralize each other
Strasbourg and Monaco scored twice.
Corner for Strasbourg
Good defensive return from Jakobs who therefore concedes the corner for Strasbourg.
Jakobs tries the volley, but it’s safe for Sels, who grabs the ball.
Embolo, him again!
After a free kick, Embolo, in the area, can hit, but it is countered by Liénard. Corner for Monaco.
Embolo shows up
His attempt is ultimately off target and his ball flies wide.
Strasbourg on foot on the ball
But struggle to project forward.
Liénard then tries the head
But it’s largely off the mark.
The strike of Liénard!
Liénard takes his chance from the right, but Nubel relaxes full length to ward off the danger for a corner!
The debates are balanced
We’ve been playing for 20 minutes and Strasbourg is even more dangerous offensively.
It’s heating up on the Monaco goal!
Aguilar comes back in front of his but to clear, while the danger was present following this free kick from Liénard.
The mistakes keep coming
This time, it’s Strasbourg who gets a good free kick on the left side.
Prcic takes risks
In front of his surface, the Strasbourg player is doing well, despite the pressing opponent.
Lucas’ big shot!
From a distance, Lucas takes his chance. Sels, with this floating trajectory, takes no risks and deflects the ball above his bar! Corner for Monaco.
The Monegasque laundry works
Monaco presses their opponent high and hinders them in the recovery, recovering high balls.
Launched into the area, Diop pushes his ball too far. Behind, Sels, after slipping, is doing well.
Commitment on both sides
Strasbourg tries to take advantage of the opponents’ ball losses to then project themselves forward.
Prcic’s cannon shot
From afar, Prcic unleashes a powerful shot, but Nubel can step in and grab the ball.
First corner of the game
It is for Monaco, which remains well ahead.
The flag is already rising
Diop is already in a striking position, in the area, but it slips away. An offside was signaled.
Let’s go for the first period!
The kick-off was given and Strasbourg engaged.
AS Monaco starting XI, with Embolo and lots of changes
AS Monaco is a little spinning for this first day of the championship, while the club is still looking for a qualification in the Champions League. Before the return match against PSV on Tuesday, Clément made six changes to his XI compared to the first leg, including starting as a starter for Breel Embolo at the forefront of the attack.
The Strasbourg XI, with Pierre-Gabriel
The first Strasbourg XI of this 2021-22 season has only one rookie: Ronael Pierre-Gabriel. The player on loan from Mainz will make his debut in the Alsatian tunic.
Strasbourg sure value of Ligue 1
After dark years, Racing is now well established in Ligue 1, as evidenced by its 6th place in the last exercise under the orders of Julien Stéphan. The RCSA will be keen to confirm this season, and why not go get Europe…
A revamped team in Monaco
Held in check by PSV on Tuesday evening (1-1) in the first leg of the third qualifying round for the Champions League, Monaco must travel to Alsace without a certain number of usual holders.
Golovine and Volland are thus suspended, while B.Badiashile, Boadu or Minamino are injured.
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Welcome to this live broadcast dedicated to Strasbourg-Monaco, the second match of the 2022-2023 Ligue 1 season. Kick-off at 5 p.m. at La Meinau!