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Monaco 1-3 Reims: Player Ratings

Man of the Match: Gelson Daramy (7.5)

Daramy was a menace to Monaco’s defense all night, scoring a goal and setting up another. He was particularly dangerous on the left flank, where he used his pace and dribbling skills to beat Magassa and Vanderson at will.

Monaco (3-4-3)

Alexander Nübel (6): Didn’t have much to do in the first half, but was at fault for Reims’ second goal when he came off his line too early.

Fodé Magassa (3): Was completely outclassed by Daramy, who dribbled past him at will. He was also at fault for Reims’ third goal when he lost the ball in midfield.

Pablo Maripan (3): Had a miserable night, making a number of errors that contributed to Reims’ goals.

Kevin Volland (6.5): Was solid defensively and made some good runs forward, but he wasn’t able to create much in the final third.

Vanderson (6): Was lively on the right flank, but he was also guilty of some poor decisions.

Myron Boadu (5): Didn’t have much of an impact after coming on as a substitute.

Youssouf Fofana (5): Was anonymous for most of the game and didn’t offer much going forward or defensively.

Aurélien Tchouaméni (6): Was one of Monaco’s better players, but he couldn’t do enough to prevent the defeat.

Aleksandr Golovin (6): Was his usual creative self, but he couldn’t find the killer pass to break the deadlock.

Kevin Volland (6.5): Scored Monaco’s only goal, but he was otherwise largely ineffective.

Reims (4-3-3)

Ilan Meslier (7): Made a number of impressive saves to keep Monaco at bay.

Thomas Foket (6): Was solid defensively, but he didn’t offer much going forward.

Loïck Landre (6): Was solid in the air and made some good interceptions.

Wout Faes (6): Was a rock at the back and helped to keep Monaco’s attack at bay.

Hugo Ekitike (6): Was a constant threat in the final third, but he couldn’t find the back of the net.

Nathanaël Mbuku (6.5): Was lively on the left flank and created a number of chances.

Gelson Daramy (7.5): Was the star of the show, scoring a goal and setting up another. He was a constant menace to Monaco’s defense and was too much for Magassa to handle.

Hugo Ekitike (6): Was a constant threat in the final third, but he couldn’t find the back of the net.

Amine Harit (6): Came on as a substitute and provided some creativity in the final third.

Ilan Kebbal (6): Came on as a substitute and provided some pace and trickery in the final third.

Overall:

Reims deserved their victory, as they were the better team on the night. Monaco were poor defensively and were unable to create enough chances to get back into the game.

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