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AS Monaco APP 08 January 2020, 12:10

Keita Baldé, your match MVP against Reims!

Keita Baldé, your match MVP against Reims!
Scorer of a decisive double, Keita Baldé was honored by the red and white fans on the AS Monaco App.

This is the first time this season that the Senegalese international has been elected MVP after a match. Decisive in each of his appearances at the Stade Louis-II since mid-September in L1, Keita Balde collected 75% of the votes to beat Benjamin Lecomte (13.5%), who stopped the Reims penalty in the 86th minute, and Aleksandr Golovin (4%), another regular on the MVP podium.

Growing in power

Present in the best eleven of Matchday 19 after his performance against LOSC – Keita Balde had scored the second Monaco goal on a cross from Ruben Aguilar, then was involved in the third goal, scored by Wissam Ben Yedder – he had finished perfectly the year 2019. And if he had abandoned his usual number 14 for a 7 on the occasion of this Coupe de France match *, Keita started 2020 in the same way he had finished 2019 and continues his improvement!

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
(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 16es) AS Monaco – Olympique de Marseille : Aleksandr Golovin
(J12) AS Saint-Étienne – AS Monaco : Benjamin Lecomte
(J13) AS Monaco – Dijon FCO : Aleksandr Golovin
(J14) FCG Bordeaux – AS Monaco : Aleksandr Golovin
(J16) Toulouse FC – AS Monaco : Wissam Ben Yedder
(J17) AS Monaco – Amiens SC : Wissam Ben Yedder
(J18) Angers SCO – AS Monaco : Benjamin Lecomte
(J19) AS Monaco – LOSC Lille : Wissam Ben Yedder
(CDF 32es) AS Monaco – Stade de Reims : Keita Balde

* The numbering of the jerseys in the Coupe de France does not reflect the “season” numbers that the LFP assigns to Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 players.
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