A goal in the 98th minute signed by the Bosnian Sead Kolasinac gave Marseille a victory at the Louis II stadium (2-3) against Monaco, putting their winning streak behind them and left the European zone of Ligue 1 in the meeting. that ended the fifteenth day.
Phillip Clement’s team face the visit of the Marseillaise team after two straight victories and the Champions League zone is within reach. But Monaco were unable to extend their good run, finding themselves the victors when in the 73rd minute they overturned the deficit they had run into after half an hour but sank in the final stages and suffered their fourth defeat of the season .
Free-kick goal by Alexis Sánchez
It was a harsh finish for Monaco and a happy one for Marseille, who started their last match before the World Cup break in fine fashion at the hands of Chilean Alexis Sánchez, who put Igor Tudor’s Croatian team ahead in by successfully executing a free kick Direct that Alexander Nubel could not stop.
Monaco balanced the situation thanks to Leonardo Balerdi’s penalty on Senegalese Krepin Diatta. It was converted by Wissam Ben Yedder, on the brink of intermission.
The goal boosted the hosts, who took the lead in the 73rd minute when Malian Mohamed Camara, in midfield, sent the ball past Russian Aleksandr Golvin, who assisted Kevin Volland. The German did not fail against Nubel and established the tie.
Kolasinac, in the last breath
The match pointed to an insufficient match for the two. But the prize was bigger for Marseille, who got the winning goal in the last action of the match.
It was scored by Kolasinac, who had been on the field for ten minutes. He replaced Samuel Gigot. A lateral free kick by Payet in the area found the Bosnian, who, with a header, beat Nubel for the third time.
A second consecutive victory for Marseille lifts them to fourth place, in the European zone, one point behind Stade Rennes, third. Sixth, from the continental tournament positions, is Monaco.
Source: La Verdad
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