Ligue 1 – J36 : les notes des Dogues après LOSC – AS Monaco

Ligue 1 – J36 : les notes des Dogues après LOSC – AS Monaco

Faced with a team fighting for the podium, Lille tied with Monaco but ended up losing to a gala Aurélien Tchouameni. Here are our notes from the Mastiffs after this meeting.

Leo Jardim (5): He can’t do much about Tchouameni’s two superb strikes. For the rest, he was very little endangered by the Monegasque attack.

Zeki Celik (4): If he often went up in his lane, we saw him make very little difference. And defensively, there was a lot of boulevard behind his back, especially in the first half.

Jose Fonte (5): Despite the shortcomings of his right side, the Lille captain played his role well, without frills. Still very nervous in front of the referee, like in the last few weeks.

Sven Botman (5.5): The Dutchman handled calls from Vanderson and Volland from deep. Interesting also with the ball, especially on this beautiful cross at the origin of the equalizer of Angel Gomes.

Tiago Djalo (3): If he had started his meeting well, he is guilty on the opening of the Monegasque score by trying to dribble his vis-à-vis in his camp when no pass solution existed. Behind, he tried to stop the Brazilian but the damage was done.

Jonathan Bamba (4.5): Interesting and impactful at times in the right lane, his return to the left at the start of the second half was difficult with few shifts or situations created. He makes the last pass for Angel Gomes, although this one shouldn’t be considered decisive.

Benjamin Andre (5): A game in the slaughter for the Lille midfielder with several good recoveries in the midfield. Less at ease during the second act, certainly blunted by this end of the season.

Amadou Onana (4.5): A half-hearted first half with accuracy but very little sharpness in his interventions. Much more invigorating and enterprising in the second half, like this superb breakthrough at the start of the period. He also ends up tired as he returns from injury.

Gabriel Gudmundson (4): The Swede started his match well before gradually decreasing in intensity to completely disappear. We have very rarely seen him face the game.

Jonathan David (3): The Canadian striker no longer exists. The few balls he touches are often lost, he is often jostled by his opponents and his choices are frequently against the direction of the game.

Timothy Weah (5): Repositioned in the axis, we saw that he was more comfortable in this role where he can take depth and combine with his attacker. Unfortunately for him, he is still much too soft when he enters the last 20 meters.

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