Bordeaux-Monaco live: the Monegasques equalize!

The opportunity for Hwang!

Ui-Jo Hwang rushes to the goal. He strikes, but Alexander Nübel quickly dives to the ground to ward off danger!

Vanderson is warned

After a foul on Sekou Mara, Vanderson receives a yellow card.

Double change in Bordeaux

Tom Lacoux and Sekou Mara replace Timothée Pembélé and Rémi Oudin.

Golovin’s Strike

In the penalty area, Aleksandr Golovin strikes with his right foot, but Anel Ahmedhodzic counters him and concedes another corner.

The Bordelais are cooked

Fatigue is felt on the Bordeaux faces.

We want a hand!

Finally, it is a new corner obtained by Stian Gregersen.

Corner for Bordeaux!

It is Timothée Pembélé who allows his people to get a new corner.

Bordeaux grows

After this goal, Bordeaux tries to stand out and create danger.

Bordeaux’s reaction!

From afar, Danylo Ignatenko strikes with his right foot, but it’s off target.

Monaco equalize!!!

Starting from the left side, Gelson Martins transplanted in the axis and rolled up his strike with the right foot, at the entrance to the penalty area. His ball is deflected, in his penalty area, by Anel Ahmedhodzic, with a header, on… the head of Marcelo, who scores against his camp! Gaëtan Poussin is completely taken on the wrong foot!

Yacine Adli is replaced

For Bordeaux, it is Danylo Ignatenko who replaces him.

Disasi takes his chance

From a distance, Axel Disasi strikes with the right foot, but Josuha Guilavogui blocks it.

Lucas tests Poussin

In the penalty area, Gelson Martins places his header, but it’s off target. In the wake or almost, from a distance, Jean Lucas takes his chance with the right foot, but it is without danger for Gaëtan Poussin.

New change in Monaco

We play everything for everything. Djibril Sidibé is replaced by Aleksandr Golovin.

Another corner for Monaco

The Monegasques insist on the opposing goal, with this new corner obtained by Gelson Martins. Behind, Vanderson, in the penalty area, strikes with the right foot, but it is too removed.

Monaco confiscate the ball

In the second half, possession of the ball is 60% for Monaco, against 40% for Bordeaux.

Monaco insists

Monaco gets a new corner, thanks to Wissam Ben Yedder.

Ben Yedder, it misses!

After a cross from the left, Wissam Ben Yedder, set back in the penalty area, slips a little when striking with his left foot in pivot. His ball misses!

Another dangerous free kick for Monaco

Timothée Pembélé is cautioned after a foul on Gelson Martins, at the edge of the penalty area, on the left side.

Bordeaux retreats

The people of Bordeaux expose themselves to danger. They step back and allow Monaco to build their game.

Martins shows up

Gelson Martins, in the penalty area, shoots with a left foot, but his ball escapes the frame.

No change at the break

We left with the same 21 actors.

Already a yellow card out

At fault on Youssouf Fofana, Josuha Guilavogui is warned.

It’s time for the second period!

The kick-off was given and Bordeaux engaged.

It’s halftime!

At the end of the first 45 minutes of play, Bordeaux lead against Monaco (1-0), thanks to a goal from Rémi Oudin (22nd). Monaco is ten since the expulsion of Aurélien Tchouaméni (34th).

Double change in Monaco

Kevin Volland and Sofiane Diop are replaced by Youssouf Fofana and Gelson Martins.

A free kick then a corner

Sofiane Diop takes care of this very well placed free kick, but his shot with the right foot is blocked by Stian Gregersen, present in the wall. Corner for Monaco.

Very good free kick to come for Monaco

Rémi Oudin receives a yellow card, after a foul on Sofiane Diop, in front of his penalty area.

Changes should happen

Monaco might not wait for the break before making the first changes.

New yellow card out

This time, it is Philippe Clément who is warned. The Monegasque coach is beside himself.

Oudin does not fit

Rémi Oudin takes care of the free kick that follows, but his shot with the left foot misses.

Sidibé was also warned

For protest, Djibril Sidibé also received a yellow card.

The VAR confirms

A few seconds are enough for the VAR to confirm this red card. Aurélien Tchouaméni had taken off his jersey and therefore went to the locker room.

Monaco will finish at ten!!

After a big foul on Jean Onana, Aurélien Tchouaméni receives a second yellow card, synonymous with expulsion!

Vanderson is dangerous

Vanderson makes another deep call, but is flagged for offside.

Tchouaméni takes responsibility

From a distance, Aurélien Tchouaméni takes his chance with the right foot, but his shot is too crushed and without danger for Gaëtan Poussin who can grab the ball.

Oudin shows up again

In the penalty area, Rémi Oudin strikes with the right foot, but this time it is off target.

Chouameni sanctioned

After a foul on Josuha Guilavogui, Aurélien Tchouaméni is cautioned.

Ben Yedder’s response

In the penalty area, Wissam Ben Yedder, found on a set piece, tries the half-volley with his left foot but it’s too high.

A more than important goal

This goal allows Bordeaux to virtually leave last place and the red zone. The Girondins are provisionally sixteenth.

Opening of the score for Bordeaux!!!

Yacine Adli, in the penalty area, tries a small ball over Caio Henrique, but it is deflected by the Monegasque. The ball returns to the feet of Rémi Oudin, who scores, at close range, with a pivot volley with his left foot!

Hwang was offside

From a distance, Rémi Oudin takes his chance with his left foot, but he is countered by Caio Henrique. Behind, Ui-Jo Hwang is signaled in an offside position.

The big opportunity for Monaco!

Vanderson, at the entrance to the penalty area, controls the chest and then manages to strike with the left foot. Gaëtan Poussin diverts the ball for a corner, and fails to score against his camp!

Pembélé’s volley!

Gideon Mensah, on his left side, sends a cross to the far post. In a tight angle, in the penalty area, Timothée Pembélé takes the ball with a volley with his right foot, but his ball flies wide!

Hwang is too short

After a cross from Rémi Oudin from the right, Ui-Jo Hwang throws himself at the far post and places his head, but it goes wide.

Ben Yedder shows up

The Monegasque even forces Marcelo to concede a new corner.

Sidibe winces

Djibril Sidibé will make a throw-in. Just before, the French international struggled to get up, grimacing, after an opposing tackle.

Lucas endangers Bordeaux

It is Jean Lucas who takes care of this free kick, but his shot with the right foot is sent for a corner by Hwang Ui-Jo.

First good free kick for Monaco

On the far left, near the penalty area, Yacine Adli commits a big foul on Sofiane Diop. The referee whistles a free kick in favor of Monaco.

Let’s go for the first period!

The kick-off was given and Monaco engaged.

Big atmosphere in Bordeaux

When the players leave, the supporters make a lot of noise. Smoke bombs are also out.

A match for Ben Yedder?

Since the start of this Ligue 1 season, Monaco’s top scorer, also at the top of the French championship’s top scorer ranking, has been French striker Wissam Ben Yedder (31), who has already scored fourteen goals but also four assists delivered. On the Bordeaux side, it is the South Korean striker Ui-Jo Hwang (29), with already ten goals scored but also two assists delivered.

Bordeaux can leave the red zone

For its part, Bordeaux (four wins, eight draws, twelve losses) is last (but 18th at home) with 20 points, 36 goals scored and the worst attack (61 goals conceded). A victory and Bordeaux would find themselves sixteenth.

Monaco, to get closer to the top 5

In the Ligue 1 standings, Monaco (ten wins, seven draws, seven losses) is eighth (but twelfth away) with 37 points, the seventh best attack, tied with Nice (37 goals scored) and 26 goals cashed. A victory and Monaco would be closer to fifth place than Rennes.

Monaco, to rediscover the taste for travel

Away and in Ligue 1, Monaco has not won a single game since December 1st. It was then on the lawn of Angers (1-3). Since then, on the road and in the elite, the club has had a draw and two defeats.

Monaco, on its way

In Ligue 1, Monaco has not lost a single game since January 23. It was then on the lawn of Montpellier (3-2). Since then, in the French championship, the club has chained a victory then a draw.

Bordeaux, to continue at home?

At home, in Ligue 1, Bordeaux remains on a victory, on January 23, against Strasbourg (4-3). The Girondins will try to chain and revive in front of their public.

Bordeaux must revive

In their last six Ligue 1 games, Bordeaux have won only once. It was then on January 23, against Strasbourg (4-3). A victory for also five defeats, eight goals scored, 21 (!) conceded and two red cards collected.

Bis repetita for Monaco?

The last confrontation between the two teams dates back to October 3. On the occasion of the 9th day of Ligue 1, Monaco then beat Bordeaux (3-0), thanks to goals from French midfielder Aurélien Tchouaméni (35th), Russian midfielder Aleksandr Golovin (48th) and French striker Wissam Ben Yedder (64th).

… and on that of Monaco

Compared to the last outing and the goalless draw against Lorient (0-0), last Sunday, on behalf of the 24th day of Ligue 1, Philippe Clément does absolutely no change and therefore renews the same starting eleven.

A 4-3-3 system: Nübel – D.Sidibé, Disasi, Maripan, Caio Henrique – Volland, Tchouaméni, Jean Lucas – Vanderson, Ben Yedder (c), Diop.

Replacements: Mannone (l), Aguilar, Akliouche, Fofana, G. Martins, Golovin, Jakobs, Matazo, Matsima.

Absent: Badiashile, Boadu, Diatta, Fabregas and Majecki.

Focus on the starting composition of Bordeaux…

Compared to the last match of Bordeaux and the defeat on the lawn of Lens (3-2), last Sunday, on behalf of the 24th day of Ligue 1, David Guion, just appointed coach of the Girondins, makes three changes in the starting XI. French defender Enock Kwateng (24), Honduran striker Alberth Elis (26) and Brazilian midfielder Fransergio (31) are replaced by Norwegian midfielder Stian Gregersen (26), French defender Timothée Pembélé (19) and French midfielder Yacine Adli (21).

A 3-4-3 system: Poussin – Gregersen, Marcelo, Ahmedhodzic – Mensah, Onana, Guilavogui (c), Pembélé – Adli, Hwang, Oudin.

Replacements: Rouyard (g), Medioub, Mangas, Ignatenko, Lacoux, Niang, Mara, Dilrosun, Klidje.

Absent: Baysse, Briand, Costil and Mexer.

Jérémie Pignard at the whistle

At the Matmut Atlantique in Bordeaux, the referee of the match will be Jérémie Pignard.

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