AS Monaco FC has just amazed its fans and sports betting enthusiasts by beating the Young Boys Berne team (3-1) in the 3rd preliminary round of the Champions League. As a reminder, ASM fell short to a milestone win in the last C1 season. It was dethroned by the Juventus in the final. This year, ASM fans expect the team to reach the same stage in the upcoming season. Indeed, great was the happiness of the team after victory. However, the next battle promises to be a toss-up. The return match is scheduled this August 4 in Monaco. In the first half, the Monegasques showed a sign of slowing down. The Young Boys came up with a vibrant aggressivity after the break.
However, the visiting team successfully broke their opponent’s defense apart for the great joy of keen of bets on football. But they could not score a goal until the 64th minute when Layvin Kurzawa smashed one in the Young Boys’ net. Admittedly, the ASM’s management board proved it that they were right not to trade Kurzawa to another rival franchise. In addition to having scored the first goal, the super talented French football player performed well defensively. Most notable was in the 62nd minute when he unmarked Kubo’s kick. Argentine’s Guido Carrillo scored another one in the 72nd minute thanks to a perfect free kick by Moutinho. The Young Boys managed to scale the score down to 2-1 in the 74th minute but Monaco came up strong late in the second half with Pasalic scoring one goal more (3-1).