The match: 4-1 The surprising defeat of August 31 at home against Troyes (2-4) obviously had the effect of an electric shock on Monaco. Since then, ASM has won its four matches. After Nice (0-1), OL (1-2) and Reims (0-3), it was Nantes who lost against Philippe Clement’s men (1-4), for the 100th duel of the history between these two teams. Reorganized into 4-4-2 without Aguilar (injured), Monaco made an excellent start to the match. Two touches poorly managed by the FCN resulted in the first two local goals (2nd, 6th). Proof that things are going badly with the Canaries, relegated after winning only one game out of nine. Dominated in the midfield by the Camara-Fofana duo, the Kombouaré players had great difficulty getting out. The match was over in the 28th minute anyway, when Ben Yedder stole his ball over poor Lafont. Nübel enjoyed a quiet evening, seeing a shot from Merlin deflect into his side netting and Caio Henrique score an own goal. A small black spot for ASM, which also saw Embolo leave during the match for pain in the adductors. 0 Nantes have not won any of their last 9 trips to Ligue 1 (4 draws, 5 losses), the longest run among teams currently in the top flight. The player: Ben Yedder launched by the 4-4-2 Scorer in Reims before the international break (3-0), Wissam Ben Yedder was not called up by Didier Deschamps for the France team and was therefore able to train properly . It clearly did him good: against Nantes, the 32-year-old striker was excellent. After 28 minutes of play, he had scored twice and was behind Embolo’s goal. In the second period, he also scored a penalty obtained by the incoming Volland (62nd). The 4-4-2 set up by Philippe Clement for two games suits him perfectly, favoring his understanding with his Swiss friend located slightly closer to the goal. Precise (24 successful passes out of 29), WBY poisoned the opposing defense with his game without the ball.