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Monaco – PSG: Paris held in check, match summary

Jostled and saved by a great Donnarumma, Paris Saint-Germain conceded; the draw &agrav; Monaco (0-0), Friday evening at the opening of the 24th day of Ligue 1.

Monaco – PSG: Paris held in check, match summary

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Monaco – PSG: Paris held in check, match summary

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At the end of a fast-paced and exciting encounter, Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain ultimately failed to win. (0-0), this Friday for the 24th day of Ligue 1. A goalless draw in which Gianluigi Donnarumma has a great responsibility, as he has pushed back all the attempts of the Monegasques. With a reshuffled eleven; with a view to the eighth final second leg of the Champions League against Real Sociedad next Tuesday, Paris suffered the assaults of ASM in the first phase of the match. period. Balogun (4th), Minamino (16th) and Ben Yedder (25th) test the Italian goalkeeper, as does Akliouche (29th and 45th+3). Apart from a curling shot from Marco Asensio (21st), the Parisians had a lot of trouble getting ahead. get closer to Radoslaw Majecki's goal.

À At the break, Luis Enrique decided to replace Kylian Mbapp, who was not injured. Taking advantage of the Monegasques' drop in speed, the Ile-de-France residents are much sharper, notably through Bradley Barcola, very lively and close. ;d’adjust Radoslaw Majecki à twice (62nd, 68th). But like Donnarumma, Majecki pushes everything back again and again in front of Vitinha (75th). The two teams finally separated in a logical draw (0-0), after a very interesting match at the end. follow. In the standings, PSG retains the lead with 12 points ahead of its runner-up, Brest, which has one game less, and 13 more than ASM, still 3rd but now under threat from Nice, which goes to Toulouse Sunday.

23:10 – Mbappé would not have come out injured

According to initial information from Prime Video, the exit of Kylian Mbappé is not linked to this an injury but well &agrav; a choice of Luis Enrique. This may cause a lot more talk in the coming days.

23:04 – Monaco-Golovin: "We deserved to mark"

Aleksandr Golovin, the Russian midfielder from AS Monaco, had regrets at the microphone of Prime Video after the final whistle: "We had a good match, we had a lot of chances. chances to score, with good pressing. It was a good match but I think we deserved to score at least two goals. We were tired in the second period after having spent a lot of energy. a lot of energy in the first period. It's a good team that is not easy to play against. press for 90 minutes."

22:58 – PSG still solid leader

With this draw gleaned; &agrav; Monaco (0-0), Paris Saint Germain obviously keeps the lead in Ligue 1, with twelve points ahead of Brest (one game in hand) and thirteen over Monaco, who could see OGC Nice take third place if successful & Toulouse Sunday (1 p.m.).

Mr. Buquet whistles the end of the match between AS Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain (0-0)! The two teams separated with a goalless draw after a very enjoyable 90 minutes. follow. Kylian Mbappé he came out à half-time.

22:51 – Two minutes of added time

M . Buquet allows two minutes of added time in this second period between AS Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain, while the Monegasques obtain a good free kick near the post. corner.

22:50 – Nice exit from Donnarumma

Once again, Donnarumma anticipates a through ball towards Balogun and gets ahead of the Monaco attacker by coming out quickly. The Italian goalkeeper had a very good match.

22:47 – PSG: Soler replaced; by Lee

Luis Enrique makes a fifth and final change in this match. Carlos Soler is replaced; by Kang-In Lee for these last minutes.

22:43 – Singo stays on the ground

The game is interrupted because Singo has cramps and asked for help. help & his teammates. The game resumes quickly anyway.

22:40 – Hakimi hits over the top from a free kick

On a free kick in the axis, slightly offset; on the right, Hakimi takes responsibility but sends the ball well above the Monegasque goal.

It's the turn of Majecki to shine after Donnarumma! The AS Monaco goalkeeper deflects a curling shot from Vitinha in the area which goes into the opposite net.

22:34 – Paris is better

The Parisians are better in this second period than during the first 45 years. res minutes and achieve à hamper the Monegasque team more consistently. Even if it doesn't pay off on the scoreboard.

22:30 – Monaco: Akliouche replaced

Maghnes Akliouche leaves his place at Eliesse Ben Seghir for the last 20 minutes of the match on the home side. of AS Monaco. Adi Hütter must feel his éteam & the physical pain, it shows.

22:27 – Good anticipation from Donnarumma

Gianluigi Donnarumma intercepts a through ball intended for &agrav; Balogun and allows himself to restart perfectly with his left foot, which elicits applause from Luis Enrique.

22:23 – Barcola écrase too much his shot

Bradley Barcola makes a great entry into play. It's him again who eliminates two players by taking everyone ahead of him before striking at home. the entrance to the surface but it's directly towards Majecki.

22:20 – PSG: Luis Enrique makes two changes

Luis Enrique makes two changes à the hour of play. Nuno Mendes and Ousmane Demb&eac;l&eac; replace Lucas Hernandez and Gonçalo Ramos respectively.

AS Monaco gets a new corner in this match. Golovine takes charge of hitting him and plays short with Akliouche, who finds Minamino in the middle. The Japanese finds Ben Yedder behind the defense and the French volleys but the ball crashes on the bar! It is finally reported offside.

22:16 – PSG is doing a little better

Compared &agrav; In the first period, PSG seems in a better position since the restart. The Parisians play higher and recover the ball more quickly.

22:13 – Mbappé back on the bench

Kylian Mbappé returned, in a tracksuit, to the Paris Saint-Germain bench. He doesn't seem to be limping low and perhaps didn't want to take any risks before the Champions League match against Real Sociedad.

22:11 – Ben Yedder calls for a penalty, in vain

Wissam Ben Yedder calls for it a penalty for a handball in the area by Achraf Hakimi. Mr. Buquet signaled to continue à play and the VAR doesn't report anything either.

22:08 – PSG: Mbappé came out à half-time

Luis Enrique performedé a significant change during half-time. Kylian Mbappé remained to the locker room and was taken to the locker room. replaced by Randal Kolo Muani. Is he affected? or is it a choice of Luis Enrique ? Response after the meeting…

Mr. Buquet whistles the start of the second period between AS Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain, while the score is still 0-0. 0.

21:58 – PSG is in difficulty

Si the score remained blocked &agrav; 0-0 during the first period, the Parisians can consider themselves happy with this virtual point of the draw at home. Monaco. The Monegasques must still ask themselves how they are not leading, after great opportunities for Balogun (5th), Minamino (16th), Ben Yedder (25th) or even Akliouche (29th and 45th+3). But &agrav; each time, Gianluigi Donnarumma pushed backé the attempts and saved PSG so far.

M. Buquet sends the 22 actors back to the locker room! AS Monaco and PSG are ' equality (0-0), after an engaging first period. Everything remains &agrav; do!

Gianluigi Donnarumma saves PSG again! On a cross from Ouattara, Akliouche comes back strong but the Italian goalkeeper turns away. The Monegasques are not rewarded for their domination.


Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116