Highlights and Goals: Sturm Graz 1-1 Monaco in UEFA Europa League 2021-22
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3:56 PM5 months ago

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3:39 PM5 months ago

90+3' End of the match

Match ends at the Merkur Arena. Sturm Graz and Monaco have drawn in the last matchday of Group B. The Austrians end their participation, while the French advance directly to the round of 16.
3:35 PM5 months ago

90' Additional time

Three more minutes will be played in the match. Monaco is securing the lead in the group with this draw.
3:33 PM5 months ago

87' Sturm substitution

Samuel Stückler replaces Ivan Ljubic.
3:29 PM5 months ago

82' Double change in Sturm

Lukas Jäger and Moritz Wels replace Jusuf Gazibegović and Manprit Sarkaria.
3:25 PM5 months ago

80' Monaco substitution

Gelson Martins replaces Wilson Isidor.
3:20 PM5 months ago

73' Substitution in Sturm

Philipp Huspek replaces Anderson Niangbo.
3:19 PM5 months ago

71' Monaco came close!

Boadu entered the box and shot, but the ball was saved by Siebenhandl.
3:11 PM5 months ago

66' Monaco missed it!

Boadu won the ball on the left and broke away to enter the area and then made the pass to Isidor, who shot, but the ball went over the goal.
3:08 PM5 months ago

63' Yellow card

Alexander Prass was cautioned for Sturm.
3:01 PM5 months ago

57' Substitution in Monaco

Soufiane Diop replaces Aleksandr Golovin.
3:00 PM5 months ago

54' Yellow card

Aleksandr Golovin was cautioned for Monaco.
2:55 PM5 months ago

50' Monaco came close

Matazo's shot went over the goal.
2:50 PM5 months ago

Second half begins

The second half of the match is underway.

There were changes in the teams. Monaco brought on Ismail Jakobs, Jean Lucas and Myron Boadu in place of Caio Henrique, Aurélien Tchouameni and Wissam Ben Yedder. For Sturm, Kevin Yeboah came on in place of Jakob Jantscher.

2:35 PM5 months ago

45+2' End of the first half

First half ends at the Merkur Arena. 1-1 draw between Sturm and Monaco.
2:32 PM5 months ago

45' Additional time

One more minute will be played in the first half.
2:26 PM5 months ago

40' Last minutes

The end of the first half is approaching. We haven't had many scoring chances in the last few minutes.
2:22 PM5 months ago

35' Final stretch of the first half

The match slowed down after Monaco's equalizer, and despite having momentum, they were unable to gain control of the game.
2:18 PM5 months ago

30' GOOOOAL for Monaco

The French team equalized thanks to Kevin Volland, who grabbed a rebound after Siebenhandl's save from a corner kick.
2:10 PM5 months ago

23' Sturm dominates the match

The home team had good chances to score again, but lacked effectiveness. Monaco failed to generate danger.
2:05 PM5 months ago

18' Sturm tries

Ljubic shot from half distance, but the ball went wide.
2:03 PM5 months ago

15' First quarter of the match

Sturm made Monaco uncomfortable so far in the first half and also came close to their opponents' goal with insistence.
1:59 PM5 months ago

11' Sturm missed it!

A great pass was sent through the defense to Manprit Sarkaria, who shot at the near post and the ball went just wide of the left post.
1:56 PM5 months ago

7' GOOOAL for Sturm

Jakob Jantscher shot a cross to Majecki's right post, but Majecki could not reach the ball. The Austrian team takes the lead.
1:54 PM5 months ago

6' VAR decision: Penalty for Sturm!

After review by referee Mohammed Al-Hakim, it is decided that there is a penalty in favor of Sturm and also yellow card for Strahinja Pavlović in Monaco.
1:53 PM5 months ago

5' VAR Review!

The referee has been called by his assistants to review a possible penalty in favor of Sturm for a handball by Pavlovic.
1:46 PM5 months ago

Match starts!

The game between Sturm and Monaco is underway.
1:40 PM5 months ago

Team on the field

The Sturm and Monaco players take the field.
1:37 PM5 months ago

Teams reconnoitered the playing field

1:22 PM5 months ago

Substitutes - Monaco

30. Vito Mannone (GK), 06. Axel Disasi, 07. Gelson Martins, 09. Myron Boadu, 11. Jean Lucas, 14. Ismail Jakobs, 19. Djibril Sidibé, 33. Maghnes Akliouche, 35. Félix Lemarechal, 37. Sofiane Diop, 38. Yllan Okou, 41. Florian Baranik.

1:22 PM5 months ago

Starting XI - Monaco

1-4-4-2
| 01. Radosław Majeck |
| 21. Strahinja Pavlović | 34. Chrislain Matsima |
| 26. Ruben Aguilar |                        | 12. Caio Henrique |
08. Aurélien Tchouameni | 36. Eliot Matazo |
| 17. Aleksandr Golovin |                   | 39. Wilson Isidor |
| 10. Wissam Ben Yedder | 31. Kevin Volland |

Coach: Niko Kovač

1:22 PM5 months ago

Substitutes - Sturm

31. Luka Marić (GK), 32. Tobias Schützenauer (GK), 06. Alexandar Borkovic, 09. Kelvin Yeboah, 16. Sandro Schendl, 17. Lukas Jäger, 18. Philipp Huspek, 21. Samuel Stückler, 26. Christoph Lang, 35. Niklas Geyrhofer, 36. Vincent Trummer, 37. Moritz Wels.

1:21 PM5 months ago

Starting XI - Sturm

1-4-2-3-1
| 27. Jörg Siebenhandl |
| 22. Jusuf Gazibegović | 42. David Affengruber | 05. Gregory Wüthrich | 44. Amadou Dante |
| 04. Jon Stanković | 30. Ivan Ljubic |
| 11. Manprit Sarkaria | 15. Anderson Niangbo | 08. Alexander Prass |
| 13. Jakob Jantscher |

Coach: Niko Kovač

1:15 PM5 months ago

Last five matches - Monaco

December 5 - Ligue 1: 4-0 vs Metz (Won)

December 1 - Ligue 1: 1-3 vs Angers (Won)

November 28 - Ligue 1: 1-1 vs Racing Strasbourg (Won)

November 25 - UEFA Europa League: 2-1 vs Real Sociedad (Won)

November 19 - Ligue 1: 2-2 vs Lille

1:10 PM5 months ago

Last five matches - Sturm

December 4 - Austrian Bundesliga: 1-1 vs Admira

December 1 - Austrian Bundesliga: 0-1 vs Altach (Won)

November 28 - Austrian Bundesliga: 2-1 vs Austria Vienna (Lost)

November 25 - UEFA Europa League: 2-0 vs PSV (Lost)

November 21 - Austrian Bundesliga: 3-3 vs LASK

1:05 PM5 months ago

All set in Graz

1:00 PM5 months ago

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12:55 PM5 months ago

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12:50 PM5 months ago

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12:45 PM5 months ago

What time is Sturm Graz vs AS Monaco match for UEFA Europa League?

This is the start time of the game Sturm Graz vs AS Monaco of 9th December 2021 in several countries:

Argentina: 2:45 PM on ESPN and Star +
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12:40 PM5 months ago

Key player - Monaco

In Monaco, the presence of Kevin Volland stands out. The 29-year-old German striker is one of the key players of the team, especially helping in the aerial game that can unbalance tangled matches. He has scored six goals for the team this season.

12:35 PM5 months ago

Key player - Sturm Graz

Jakob Jantscher stands out in Sturm Graz. The 32-year-old Austrian striker is one of the team's important players due to his sacrifice in attack. He has scored 13 goals for the team this season.

12:30 PM5 months ago

Sturm vs Monaco history

These two teams have met on three occasions. The statistics are in favor of Monaco, who have won twice, while Sturm have won once.
12:25 PM5 months ago

Monaco, to secure its place at the top of the table

The team from the principality has performed well so far in the competition and is one of the group's qualifiers. Although they have the options in their favor to finish first in the group, they must achieve at least a draw to avoid a possible PSV win that would take them to play in the preliminary round of the round of 16.
12:20 PM5 months ago

Sturm, to finish the tournament with a win

Sturm Graz has not had its best performance in the current edition of the UEFA Europa League and has been the worst team in the group, obtaining only one point. However, they will play with the aim of ending their participation on a positive note.
12:15 PM5 months ago

The match will be played at the UPC-Arena

The match Strum Graz vs AS Monaco will be played at the Stadion Graz-Liebenau, also called Merkur Arena, located in the city of Graz in Austria. This venue, inaugurated in 1997, has a capacity for 15,400 spectators.

12:10 PM5 months ago

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