Lens Restores Position Aftet Crushing Victory Over Monaco in Ligue 1

Lens emerged victorious in Match Day 32 of Ligue 1 against Monaco, with a score of 3-0. Lens player L._Openda was the star of the match, scoring two goals in the 9th and 16th minute respectively to give Lens a 2-0 lead. A._Thomasson then added a third goal for Lens in the 56th minute to secure their win. It was an impressive performance from Lens that demonstrated why they are one of the top teams in Ligue 1.



Brice Samba (rating 7.5)
Jonathan Gradit (rating 7.7)
Kevin Danso (rating 7.6)
Facundo Medina (rating 7)
Przemysław Frankowski (rating 7.3)
Junior Onana (rating 7.2)
Seko Fofana (rating 7.2)
Deiver Machado (rating 8.2)
Florian Sotoca (rating 6.6)
Adrien Thomasson (rating 7.2)
Loïs Openda (rating 9.2)


Alexander Nübel (rating 6.2)
Vanderson (rating 5.9)
Axel Disasi (rating 6.7)
Guillermo Maripán (rating 6.9)
Caio Henrique (rating 6.7)
Youssouf Fofana (rating 7.3)
Mohamed Camara (rating 6.6)
Krépin Diatta (rating 6.2)
Kevin Volland (rating 6.3)
Ismail Jakobs (rating 6.2)
Wissam Ben Yedder (rating 6.2)



M. Haidara (D. Machado, 77)
A. Fulgini (A. Thomasson, 77)
J. Le Cardinal (P. Frankowski, 88)
L. Poreba (J. Onana, 88)
A. Buksa (L. Openda, 90)


E. Diop (K. Diatta, 69)
T. Minamino (W. Ben Yedder, 77)
M. Boadu (K. Volland, 77)
E. Matazo (M. Camara, 88)

Ball possession:

The match between Lens and Monaco was clearly in favour of Lens who had a dominating 63% ball possession. Lens were relentless with their shots on target, making 21 including 8 on goal. Seko Fofana was particularly active in this regard as he had the most number of shots. Monaco, while having 37% ball possession, managed 11 shots on target with 4 actually hitting the goal. Edan Diop stood out among others as he made the most hits on goal for Monaco.


The match between Lens and Monaco was an interesting one, as both teams had strong performances from their players. Facundo Medina from Lens had an impressive 92% pass accuracy, with 78 total passes. Axel Disasi from Monaco also matched his score with the same amount of passes at 92%. Deiver Machado from Lens made four key passes during the game, while Youssouf Fofana of Monaco made three. Overall, it was a well-played match by both teams.


Lens and Monaco have been facing off in a thrilling match, with Lens leading in interceptions. Kevin Danso is the leader for Lens with 3 interceptions so far, while Caio Henrique has the most for Monaco at 3. Guillermo Maripán follows close behind, having 2 interceptions of his own. It looks like this match will come down to the wire!


Based on the data revealed, it appears that Jonathan Gradit is the leader in terms of face-to-face fights for ball in his team, Lens. With a total of 10 fights, he is ahead of Youssouf Fofana from Monaco who had 8. This indicates that Jonathan Gradit is an aggressive and determined player who puts his all into claiming the ball in order to help his team win.


    Yellow cards:

  • G. Maripan (Monaco) at 22 minute
  • W. Ben Yedder (Monaco) at 68 minute

    The last five games (including this match):

    • Lens – WLWWW
    • Monaco – LWDWW

    Top 5 Ligue 1 scorers:

    1. Kylian Mbappé Lottin (22, Paris Saint Germain)
    2. Jonathan David (21, Lille)
    3. Alexandre Lacazette (19, Lyon)
    4. Loïs Openda (17, Lens)
    5. Folarin Balogun (17, Reims)

    Next games:

    • Lens will play with Toulouse. May 02 at 19:00 (UTC), on Stadium de Toulouse.
    • Monaco will play with Montpellier. April 30 at 11:00 (UTC), on Stade Louis II.
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