After Stade Rennais, qualified for the round of 16, and FC Nantes, defeated for the second consecutive time by Freiburg, AS Monaco faced Trabzonspor for matchday four of the Europa League. On the grass of the Turkish formation, Philippe Clément’s men, second in group H, started this match perfectly. Dominant, the club from the Principality created several situations but neither Embolo (14, 23), nor Ben Yedder (16), nor Camara (20) managed to surprise Cakir, attentive to his line. Worse still, the Monegasque formation sank completely shortly before the break. Reassuring enough so far, Alexandre Nübel completely pocketed one of his clearances by launching directly at Sarr, running in the same direction…
An unlikely CSC (1-0, 44th) that then allowed the Turkish team to get ahead of the break. Returning from the locker room, the picture got a little worse for the asemis. In a corner shot from the left wing by Bakasetas, Vitor Hugo, who had just entered the game, went ahead of the Rock’s defenders to deceive, with a header, the last stronghold of ASM (2-0, 48th). Stunned, the Monegasques were something else a few moments later when Bardhi, in a free kick that slipped under the barrier, added to the score (3-0, 57th). Taking advantage of a new individual error by Vanderson, Trézéguet even calmly added a fourth goal (4-0, 69th). With this heavy defeat, AS Monaco drop to third place in their group and find themselves under pressure before stepping onto the pitch at Ferencvaros on October 27.
Bad operation of the ASM, Real Sociedad classified!
In the other lineup of this group H, Ferencvaros consolidated their leadership by beating Red Star Belgrade (2-1) with a short header. In the other matches this afternoon, PSV Eindhoven, led by the achievements of Gutiérrez (9th), Veerman (15th, 55th), Sangaré (34th) and El-Ghazi (85th), walked past FC Zurich (5-0 ) and heading, a little more, towards the 16th final. Against HJK Helsinki, Ludogorets Razgrad logically prevailed (2-0) and returns three lengths behind Betis, already classified in Group C.
In the last two places in Group D, Union Berlin and Malmö FF were neutralized for a long time but Knoche, from a penalty, finally offered victory to the German club (1-0). After the tie between Feyenoord Rotterdam and FC Midtjylland (2-2), Lazio, for their part, did not take advantage of the opportunity to recover the leadership of group F. Reduced to ten, the Roman club is, first of all, on loan to his number one weapon: Ciro Immobile, author of penalties just before the break. Back from the locker room, Boving put the two teams back to back but Pedro gave the biancocelesti the advantage. Late in the match, Boving finally offered himself a brace to allow his team to snatch the tie. An ultra-tight group F where all formations score 5 points. Finally, in Group E, Real Sociedad secured their qualification against Sheriff Tiraspol (2-0) while Cristiano Ronaldo’s Red Devils snatched a coveted win (1-0) against Omonia Nicosia thanks to a late thrashing by McTominay (90+3º).
What the hell?! 😳
– Foot CANAL+ (@CanalplusFoot) October 13, 2022
All results from 9 p.m.
- PSV Eindhoven 5-0 FC Zurich: Gutiérrez (9th), Veerman (15th, 55th), Sangaré (34th) and El-Ghazi (85th)
- Ludogorets Razgrad 2-0 HJK Helsinki: Gruper (38th) and Rick (64th)
- Union Berlin 1-0 Malmö FF: Knoche (89th)
manchester united 1-0 Omonia Nicosia: McTominay (90+3rd)
real society 3-0 Sheriff Tiraspol: Sorloth (45+1), Rico (66) and Navarro (81)
- Lazio Roma 2-2 Sturm Graz: Immobile (45th, sp) and Pedro (71st) / Boving (56th, 83rd)
Trabzonspor 4-0 Monaco: Sarr (44th, csc), Vitor Hugo (48th), Bardhi (57th) and Trezeguet (69th)
Ferencvaros 2-1 Red Star Belgrade: Zachariassen (23rd) and Mmaee (61st) / Mitrovic (55th)
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