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Monaco 3-0 PSG football results – round 29 Ligue 1

In the absence of Lionel Messi, PSG had to receive a 0-3 defeat on the field of Monaco, in the 29th round of Ligue 1.

Highlights Monaco 3-0 PSG:

Scored: Ben Yedder (25′, 84′ pen), Volland (68′)


Monaco (4-2-3-1): Nubel; Aguilar, Disasi, Badiashile, Henrique; Tchouameni, Fofana; Martins (Volland 64′), Golovin (Jakobs 69′), Lucas; Ben Yedder

PSG (4-3-3): Donnarumma; Hakimi, Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Mendes (Diallo 77′); Danilo, Paredes (Icardi 69′), Veratti, Wijnaldum (Gueye 69′); Mbappe, Neymar (Draxler 77′).


*Here are the detailed developments:


The match ended with a bold 3-0 victory for Monaco against PSG. This was a surprise result before the match took place.


The second half had 3 minutes of extra time.

PSG tried to increase the pressure, but the visitors’ attack was too weak and deadlocked before the host’s defense.

3rd goal for Monaco

Starting from the situation where Veratti lost the ball near the middle of the field, Volland went down to receive a teammate’s pass and was fouled by Kimpembe in the penalty area and the referee immediately blew a penalty for Monaco.

On the 11m mark, captain Ben Yedder finished even though goalkeeper Donnarumma touched the ball but then rolled into the goal.

Neymar played weakly from the beginning of the game, forcing coach Pochettino to withdraw to make room for Julian Draxler.

Mbappe trimmed the ball for Mendes to escape to the bottom of the border, he stretched for Hakimi to shoot a shot that forced the Monaco goalkeeper to punch the ball to rescue.

Volland doubles the lead for Monaco

Monaco organized a sharp counter-attack on the right, Aguilar received a pass from his teammates and then pushed the ball to Volland to finish one touch to beat Donnarumma.


The rich guy in France is organizing to press the pitch to find a chance to score a 1-1 equalizer.

Mbappe escaped and fell in the Monaco penalty area during a dispute with the home defender. However, the referee pulled out a yellow card to warn Mbappe because he thought he had deliberately taken a penalty to earn a penalty.

Mbappe missed the chance to equalize

Monaco defender made a mistake in the penalty area, opening a delicious opportunity for Mbappe. Unfortunately, PSG’s “number 7” did not finish well within 5m50.

The second half of the match begins.


The first half ended with a score of 1-0 temporarily in favor of the host Monaco.


Mbappe poured the ball and pushed it down for Hakimi to let the former Dortmund player break into the penalty area and then finish in the far corner forcing the Monaco goalkeeper to save the corner.


Another Monaco shot, this time Youssouf Fofana was the one to finish from outside the box, making goalkeeper Donnarumma need two beats to control the situation.

Monaco goalkeeper Nubel almost had to pay the price for a mistake with a poor ball control from a teammate’s pass. Lucky for the homeowner when the ball missed the post and went out.


Neymar took a free kick from outside the box, he sent the ball over the fence but goalkeeper Nubel excellently saved it.

Ben Yedder punished the away team

Starting from an attack on the right, Fofana crossed the ball and sank smoothly for Ben Yedder to jump in and grab the close-toed heel to block goalkeeper Donnarumma.

Ben Yedder subtly opened the scoring
Monaco 3-0 PSG football results – round 29 Ligue 1

PSG had the first significant finish, but Neymar’s kick was too gentle for goalkeeper Nubel.

Another good chance for Monaco, Lucas received a pass from a teammate in a comfortable position. However, his shot sent the ball right into the position that goalkeeper Donnarumma had chosen.

Monaco players are holding high pressing, causing a lot of difficulties for PSG in deploying the ball upwards.

PSG defense “sleeping”

The defender of the away team played like a dream when he lost the ball right in the penalty area, Lucas took the opportunity to finish close to the wall. Fortunately for the visitors when the ball lightly touched the foot of a PSG player, the ball went all the way to the goal line.


The home field advantage helps Monaco enter the exciting game. The home team just had an attack that made the PSG defense wobble. Goalkeeper Donnarumma just had to catch the ball from a shot outside the box.

Referee Benoit Bastien blew the whistle for the match between Monaco and PSG to begin.

PSG players warm up before the match
Goalkeeper Donnarumma



Monaco and PSG starting lineups

Information around:

PSG are unbeaten in the last 32/35 matches in Ligue 1

PSG scored at least 2 goals/match in the last 14/15 matches against Monaco
Monaco did not win the last 7/8 matches
PSG won the last 6/7 matches as a guest of Monaco
PSG won both at the end of the first half and at the end of the match in the last 5/7 away matches of Monaco

Force information

Monaco: Diatta, Fabregas injured

PSG: Bernat, Di Maria, Herrera, Kurzawa, Ramos injured

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