The beginning of this meeting is fluid. Monegasques put a lot of intensity and conviction from the start. All the players present on the ground are into it.
On a free kick from 30 meters struck by Golovin, their goalkeeper makes the save under the threat of Kamil Glik (15 ‘). The Monegasques plays high and puts a constant pressure on the Amiens’ side of the field.
Ten minutes later, the Red and Whites are logically rewarded for their efforts. On a corner obtained by Vinicius, Radamel Falcao takes over on his defender and opens the score (1-0, 26 ‘). With his fierce head, El Tigre scored his 15th goal of the season.
Five minutes from the break, Benaglio made a decisive save on a shot from Ghoddoos and kept his clean sheet. Konaté, who had followed the action, misses.
AS Monaco leads at half-time (1-0). Radamel Falcao is the only scorer of this first period.
No changes to start the second half for AS Monaco. Benaglio is highlighted at the beginning of this second period. On a corner handled by the Monaco defense, Pieters takes the ball on a half-volley. The goalkeeper of the Red and White diverts above his cage (47 ‘).
On the right side, Gelson Martins drops two Amiens players and crosses for Jemerson. The Brazilian hits a volley that is diverted by the arm of Pieters. The VAR does not give the penalty to Monegasques (60 ‘). AS Monaco pushes to register the second goal of this meeting.
Cesc Fàbregas replaces Vinicius and makes his return to the Stade Louis II (73 ‘).
Ten minutes later, Aleksandr Golovin definitely seals the fate of this match. At the end of a solo run of more than 30 meters, the Russian coldly beats Gurtner with a fine finish (2-0). The Reds and Whites now have a two-goal lead (82 ‘).
At the end of the match, Benaglio, author of a high-level match, stopped a free kick by Otero (90 + 1).
At the end of a serious performance, the Red and White won two goals to zero at Stade Louis II. Falcao and Golovin are the two goalscorers of the evening. The Monegasques are now 16th in Ligue 1 and are three points ahead of Caen (18th).
AS Monaco will play the last day of the championship in Nice next Friday at 21:05 (D38).