Ahead of this Saturday evening’s match against Olympique de Marseille at the Stade Vélodrome (9pm kick-off), here’s an overview of AS Monaco’s away performance from the start of the season.
Continue the good streak away from Stade Louis-II. Unbeaten on the road since October 23, the Reds and Whites, who suffered a 4-3 defeat at Lille, will look to extend their unbeaten run against Olympique Marseille on matchday 20 of Ligue 1 this Saturday evening. to compete for the podium, we suggest you place the performances of Philippe Clement’s men nationally… and even beyond the Europeans! 🇪🇺
One of the best ratios in the Big 5
Having collected twenty points in nine away games, AS Monaco is at the top of Europe this season. Indeed, among the Big 5 clubs – excluding Ligue 1 – only Arsenal (25 points in 10 games), Napoli (25 points in 10 games), Real Madrid (24 points in 10 games), Atalanta and Roma (21 points in 10 games) , as well as “Barcelona” and “Real Sociedad” (21 points) ahead of Wissam Ben Yedder’s partners.
To put AS Monaco’s level of performance among the seven clubs mentioned, three are currently at the top of their championship (Naples, Arsenal and Barcelona). The two of them had another meeting away from their base. Only Barcelona (eight games played away from Camp Nou) is an exception.
With six wins, two draws and only one minor defeat, Monaco’s away streak is remarkable. For comparison, let’s say that in as many games last season, “Red-Whites” collected only eleven points, almost half!
It is important to have more people in the stadium. There are always a lot of people on the sidelines and that gives the players extra strength to get results. It is very important for them and it is the things that can be decisive at the end of the meeting.
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You have often heard of the giant duo “Wissambolo”, right? If the two friends combine for 21 league goals between them (11 for Ben Yedder, 10 for Embolo, editor’s note), thus contributing to AS Monaco’s second-highest Ligue 1 offensive rating this season (42 goals), that’s a whole staff is the force. demonstrates its efficiency. And for good reason: with 19 away goals since August, the Monegasques are among Europe’s best away attacks in 2022-23.
Philippe Clement’s men have the fifth continental attack behind Paris Saint-Germain (25 goals), Bayern Munich (24) Real Madrid (22) and the Arsenal / Napoli duo (20). Even “Manchester City” is not as successful as the Monegasques (15). So! But going further back, they have scored at least once in their last 14 away league matches.
I am focused on winning games, this is the most important indicator. And in making clean sheets! I don’t really care about expected goals and number of saves. If I don’t concede a goal, we have a better chance of winning, especially since we have 29 games in a row where we have scored at least one goal.
If AS Monaco have suffered only one defeat at the hands of Stade Louis-II this season, it is no coincidence. Because Alexander Nübel’s partners, besides being effective in attack, know how to be strong in the key moments of the match, which is proven by this statistic: “Red-whites” did not concede a goal in the first quarter of every match. half (0-15 and 46-60).
Even better, AS Monaco are the only team in Ligue 1 not to return to the dressing room (lead three times, drawn six times). Strong. Facing OM this Saturday, we will need to continue this great momentum to leave the Bouches-du-Rhône with a good result in hand. Daghe Munegu! 🇲🇨