Monaco vs PSG: Monaco met PSG on Matchday 29 of the current edition of Ligue 1 at the Stade Louis II
PSG were completely outplayed by Monaco today as all the players performed really well for Monaco. As for PSG, it was a very disappointing performance from the players today. Monaco took the lead in 1St Half-time over with a magnificent goal Wisam Ben Yedder.
in the 2ndnd half replacement Kevin Volland doubled the lead and finally Wisam Ben Yedder scored again, this time with a penalty to make it 3-0 and won all 3 points for Monaco.
Let’s take a look at the player ratings for the Monaco vs PSG game:-
Monaco vs PSG player ratings
Alexander Nubel (7/10): The keeper was proactive in front of goal tonight, making some saves to ward off PSG’s attack.
Benoît Badiashile (6.7/10): The defender was really solid tonight and didn’t let PSG attack much and made some good blocks and tackles.
Axel Disasi (6.8/10): The centre-back was pretty solid too, making some interceptions and tackles and covering the areas well.
Aurelien Tchouameni (6.7/10): The French midfielder was good on the ball and also played some good passes and interceptions. He also made good progress with the ball.
Caio Henrique (6.7/10): The Brazilian left-back was decent with the ball tonight and made some good combinations down the left.
Ruben Aguilar (7/10): The right-back was also similar in his ability to carry the ball well and also play some good passes and provide defensive support as well. He supported the 2nd Goal for Monaco.
Jean Lucas (6.5/10): The defensive midfielder was very good on the ball, also made a few interceptions and controlled the pace in midfield. He also had a couple of shots on goal
Youssouf Fofana (7/10): The midfielder was absolutely dangerous tonight, making good progress with the ball and shooting at goal. He set up Monaco’s first goal.
Aleksandr Golovin (6.5/10): The Russian attacking midfielder was very involved in the match with dribbling and good passes.
Gelson Martins (6.6/10): The Portuguese winger looked dangerous at times with the ball at his feet as he also made some good runs and dribbles.
Wissam Ben Yedder (8/10): The French striker was dangerous up front and he proved it as he scored Monaco’s opener with a magnificent touch in front of goal. He also scored a penalty.
Kevin Volland (6.5/10): He was quite effective after coming on as a substitute when he scored the 2nd Goal for Monaco which gives them a lot of confidence.
Ismail Jakobs (5/10): He made a couple of good passes and intercepted when he came on, but couldn’t do much more.
Myron Boadu: N / A
Guillermo Maripan: N / A
Gianluigi Donnarumma (5.2/10): The PSG goalkeeper had to intervene in front of goal and also made a few saves, but was overtaken three times by Monaco.
Presnel Kimpembe (5.6/10): The French centre-back made some good blocks and was pretty solid but could have done a bit more. He also conceded a penalty.
Marquinhos (5.7/10): The Brazilian centre-back was solid at the back, blocking and intercepting but unable to stop the goals. He was also sometimes sloppy.
Nuno Mendes (5.6/10): The Portuguese left-back made some runs on and off the ball but couldn’t do much with the ball on foot.
Achraf Hakimi (5.6/10): The Moroccan right-back also put in a very decent performance with some passes and runs but without much impact.
Leandro Paredes (5.8/10): The Argentine defensive midfielder tried to get the ball as much as possible and also played a few passes.
Marco Verratti (5.8/10): The Italian midfielder was pretty good on the ball and also played a few passes and intercepts but couldn’t threaten much.
Danilo Pereira (5.7/10): The Portuguese midfielder couldn’t do much offensively, but he also made a few passes and a couple of interceptions.
Neymar (6/10): The Brazilian tried to create chances and also made some good through balls but to no avail.
Kylian Mbappe (6.2/10): The French striker was always dangerous in attack and looked dangerous at times but was able to do anything tonight.
Georginio Wijnaldum (5.2/10): The Dutch attacking midfielder was practically absent throughout the game and had no impact on the game.
Mauro Icardi (4.5/10): After coming on as a sub, he was mostly ineffective as he could only make a few passes.
Idrissa Gueye (4.3/10): He was also fairly ineffective after coming on as a sub, aside from a couple of passes.
Abdou Diallo: N / A
Julian Draxler: N / A
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