Lens 2-2 Monaco Goals: Frankowski (30th) and Ganago (90th+6) for the Sang et Or // Badiashile (35th) and Ben Yedder (62nd) for ASMNot ten out of ten, for ASM. to the score and jostled as rarely in recent weeks in the north, the players of the Principality have long thought of signing a tenth consecutive success. But that was reckoning without the hearts of the Sang et Or, authors of the equalizer after additional time. A draw that condemns Monaco to third place behind OM, wide winner of Strasbourg (4-0). In an incandescent Bollaert stadium, who came in the hope of witnessing a miracle for the Sang et Or, the Lensois started very strong. Nübel very quickly had to intervene in front of Kalimuendo (7th), before Fofana was countered closely after having infiltrated the opposing area (21st). The northern fire (14 shots attempted, during the first 30 minutes) ended up being rewarded with a cross from Clauss, Frankowski concluding with a furious tackle (1-0, 30th).
Something to wake up the Monegasques, who quickly picked up: on a corner, Medina and Danso collided, and Badiashile took the opportunity to equalize at close range (1-1, 35th). The men of the Rock went back to sleep little by little after the break, leaving control of the game again to their hosts. Despite everything, it took a save from Danso in front of Tchouaméni and another from Faríñez on a header from Disasi (59′) to avoid the second visitor pawn… Who finally arrived by the inevitable Ben Yedder, who came to deliver his own with a head in full swing after the rebound (1-2, 62nd). Nübel still had to make a good horizontal on an attempt by Fofana (70th), and ASM held until the end. Or almost: on a last free kick, it was Ganago who crucified Monaco (2-2, 90th + 6). A goal celebrated by both Bollaert and the Vélodrome, it makes a lot of noise.
Lens (3-4-2-1): Faríñez – Gradit (Cahuzac, 89th), Danso, Medina – Clauss, Doucouré, Fofana, Frankoswki (Machado, 69th) – Sotoca (Saïd, 69th), Pereira da Costa (Jean, 81st) – Kalimuendo (Ganago, 81st). Coach: Franck Haise. Monaco (4-2-3-1): Nübel – Aguilar, Disasi, Badiashile, C. Henrique (Maripán, 88th) – Fofana, Tchouaméni – Vanderson (Jakobs, 73rd), Volland, Golovine (Boadu, 58th) – Ben Yedder (Matazo, 88th). Trainer: Philippe Clement. Ligue 1 results and standings Delort overthrows Reims and sends Nice to Europe