The answer to that question is definitely YES. Monaco have the best team they’ve had in years. Kylian Mbappé is on fire, Falcao has returned to the kind of form that had Monaco sign him in the first place, and having amazing overall teamwork.
The first leg of the UCL Round of 16 tie between AS Monaco and Manchester City was a thrilling one, finishing 5-3 in favor of the Citizens. And while City carried a two goal lead, Monaco could definitely take positives from the match, such as their surely insurmountable advantage in away goals. Monaco had to feel like they were going to be able to put at least two goals past City’s questionable defense in the second leg, especially considering they had scored the second most goals in all of Europe this season, trailing only Barcelona. Continue reading UCL REVIEW: AS Monaco-Manchester City→