Monaco vs Club Brugge live streaming
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Match: Monaco vs Club Brugge
Competition: Champions League
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Monaco vs Club Brugge live streaming: Match preview
This game very much looks like the battle for the Europa League places.
Both sides lost their opening two matches to Atlético and Dortmund, so went into their meeting in Brugge looking to get off the mark.
Young Moussa Sylla put the visitors in front before Wesley Moraes equalised just 8 minutes later.
The match finished 1-1, making this encounter at Stade Louis-II a winner takes third match.
Thierry Henry is yet to win any of his four games as Monaco manager so can they kick start their campaign?