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Match: Club Brugge vs Monaco
Competition: Champions League
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Club Brugge vs Monaco live streaming: Match preview
Two teams. No points so far. One big game in Belgium.
It was always going to be tough for Club Brugge to make an impact in this group.
They held off Dortmund for 86 minutes before Christian Pulišić’s goal denied them a superb draw.
Then, they were brushed aside by Atlético Madrid in the Spanish capital.
Monaco, somewhat more surprisingly are pointless too.
The Ligue 1 club took the lead on matchday 1, through Samuel Grandsir, but were beaten 2-1 at home by Atlético.
They were then torn apart at Westfalenstadion by Dortmund last time out.
This’ll be Thierry Henry’s first Champions League as a manager but his first game didn’t go to plan, a 2-1 away defeat to Strasborug.
That leaves his side second bottom on 6 points showing how big a job he has.
Can Les Monégasques get a morale boosting win in Belgium?