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AS Monaco APP 18 February 2020, 18:08

Islam Slimani named MVP of the win over Montpellier

Islam Slimani named MVP of the win over Montpellier
The Red and White supporters voted en masse on the AS Monaco App after the win against Montpellier on Friday (1-0). As he had been against Amiens a week earlier, Islam Slimani was elected MVP.

After his decisive goal at the Stade de la Licorne, Islam Slimani once again gave his team a victory in Friday’s reception of MHSC at the Stade Louis-II. With a powerful shot in the 52nd minute from a corner, he beat the goalkeeper Dimitry Bertaud and scored the only goal of the match. The Algerian has been involved in 17 of the 41 goals scored by AS Monaco this season. He has scored nine times and added eight assists in 2019-2020, making his return to the top 10 scorers in the championship.

With 65% of the votes, he is your man of the match for this 25th matchday of Ligue 1. Islam Slimani finished ahead of Aleksandr Golovin (8%) and Ruben Aguilar (8%) in this match. This is the fourth time that the attacker has been elected MVP on the AS Monaco App. Benjamin Lecomte is still in first place with eight wins.

 

 

MVP 2019-2020 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 (2)
(J7) AS Monaco – OGC Nice : Aleksandr Golovin (2)
(J8) AS Monaco – Stade Brestois : Islam Slimani (2)
(J9) Montpellier HSC – AS Monaco : Benjamin Lecomte (3)
(J10) AS Monaco – Stade Rennais : Wissam Ben Yedder (2)
(J11) FC Nantes – AS Monaco : Wissam Ben Yedder (3)
(CdL 16es) AS Monaco – Olympique de Marseille : Aleksandr Golovin (3)
(J12) AS Saint-Étienne – AS Monaco : Benjamin Lecomte (4)
(J13) AS Monaco – Dijon FCO : Aleksandr Golovin (4)
(J14) FCG Bordeaux – AS Monaco : Aleksandr Golovin (5)
(J16) Toulouse FC – AS Monaco : Wissam Ben Yedder (4)
(J17) AS Monaco – Amiens SC : Wissam Ben Yedder (5)
(J18) Angers SCO – AS Monaco : Benjamin Lecomte (5)
(J19) AS Monaco – LOSC Lille : Wissam Ben Yedder (6)
(CDF 32es) AS Monaco – Stade de Reims : Keita Baldé
(J20)
Paris Saint-Germain – AS Monaco : Wissam Ben Yedder (7)
(J15)
AS Monaco – Paris Saint-Germain : Benjamin Lecomte (6)
(CDF 16es) St-Pryvé St-Hilaire – AS Monaco : Keita Baldé (2)
(J21)
AS Monaco – RC Strasbourg Alsace : Stevan Jovetić
(CDF 8es)
AS Monaco – AS Saint-Etienne : Benjamin Lecomte (7)
(J22)
Nîmes Olympique – AS Monaco : Benjamin Lecomte (8)
(J23)
AS Monaco – SCO Angers : Stevan Jovetić (2)
(J24) 
Amiens SC – AS Monaco : Islam Slimani (3)
(J25)
AS Monaco – Montpellier HSC : Islam Slimani (4)

*(in brackets, the number of times the player has been named MVP of a match)
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