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Aleksandr Golovin named MVP of AS Monaco - OM

Aleksandr Golovin named MVP of AS Monaco - OM
Once again author of a performance of a very high level, the Russian international came in ahead of the two scorers in this match, Jean-Kévin Augustin and Ruben Aguilar.

Aleksandr Golovin was not on the pitch at the start of the BKT Coupe de la Ligue Round of 32 match. Leonardo Jardim had chosen to rotate his squad for this meeting and “Golo” therefore started on the bench. The unfortunate injury to Cesc Fàbregas, however, precipitated his entry into the game in the 14th minute.

Marseille had little success against Golovin in this match.

Third honor of the season

Very comfortable technically and physically, he shone in the heart of midfield from his first steps on the pitch. Always available, Golovin controlled the ball to better distill his team’s style of play. He lacked only a goal to effect a complete performance, which he could have achieved at the end of the game without a good save from Mandanda. It was performance hailed by users of the AS Monaco app, who elected him MVP for the third time this season, having already done so for his performances against Nîmes (J3) and Nice (J7).

Steve Mandanda avoided conceding a third goal at the end of the match.

Scorers on the podium

In a highly contested vote, Aleksandr Golovin (39%) beat Jean-Kévin Augustin (28%) and Ruben Aguilar (22%), who completed the MVP podium of this match after being involved in both goals. If the month of October had started badly for the Russian international midfielder with his sending off against Montpellier, after high-flying performances with his country, then against Nantes and Marseille, he completed it in perfect fashion.

2019-2020 MVP Recap

(J1) AS Monaco – Olympique Lyonnais : Ruben Aguilar
(J2) FC Metz – AS Monaco : Benjamin Lecomte
(J3) AS Monaco – Nîmes Olympique : Aleksandr Golovin
(J4) RC Strasbourg – AS Monaco : Islam Slimani
(J5) AS Monaco – Olympique de Marseille : Wissam Ben Yedder
(J6) Stade de Reims – AS Monaco : Benjamin Lecomte
(J7) AS Monaco – OGC Nice : Aleksandr Golovin
(J8) AS Monaco – Stade Brestois : Islam Slimani
(J9) Montpellier HSC – AS Monaco : Benjamin Lecomte
(J10) AS Monaco – Stade Rennais : Wissam Ben Yedder
(J11) FC Nantes – AS Monaco : Wissam Ben Yedder
(CdL Round of 32) AS Monaco – Olympique de Marseille : Aleksandr Golovin

Join us now on the AS Monaco App to vote for your MVP of October! You can also predict the result of Sunday’s match between Saint-Etienne and AS Monaco.

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