By Angu Lesley
Football writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Potential Indomitable of Cameroon midfielder Aurelien Tchuameni dominated the midfield area for AS Monaco on Friday evening as they came from behind to inflict a 3-2 on French Champions PSG at the Stade Louis II.
All didn’t start as planned for Tchuamemi and his mates as PSG’s Kylian Mbappe scored twice during the 25th and 37th minutes to put the visitors in a comfortable situation.
The Parisien took the two goals cursion to the half-time break.
Monaco came back stronger in the second segment and pulled one back barely seven minutes into the half through Kevin Volland.
Substitute Cesc Fabregas played in Volland who leveled matters 25 minutes from time.
Fabregas came for more at the death when he stepped up and converted a spot-kick in the 84th minute to make it 3-2.
Both sides failed to find another goal in the last six minutes plus additional time, leaving the full-time score in favor of the host.
Aurelien had a great display of his qualities in the midfield and was replaced in the 90th minute with his team trying to run down the clock.
The match-day 11 victory takes Monaco up to the second spot on the log with 20 points, barely four points off PSG are a chasing the defense if the title they have won with ease in most seasons of the past ten years.
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