He had the victory in his eyes: Luka Elsner gets an important point against the French giant, but still goes home with regrets
Photo source: Le Havre
Not only young Žan Vipotnik, but Slovenia has another trump card in the land of the Gallic cockerels. It has been a well-known fact in French football for some time that Luka Elsner is working miracles with French minnows Le Havre (according to Transfermarkt, the Slovenian professional’s squad is the third lowest in Ligue 1), where the Ljubljana player has now settled in.
This time it drew at home to star Monaco, although it is worth noting that Le Havre had a win on its plate.
Le Havre was the more dangerous side throughout the match against the club from the Principality, despite falling behind in the standings. The best one of all came to the home team practically at the end of the match, as the head referee Thomas Léonard received the VAR call only after his four-minute extra time had expired.
The referee takes a second look at the foul in the away penalty area on Emmanuel Sabbi, which he had not previously given, and reverses his decision, pointing to the white dot. Samuel Grandsir took charge, but his shot was parried by visiting keeper Philipp Kohn.
Match nul frustrant (0-0) pour les Havrais malgré une balle de match pour Samuel Grandsir…
— Josué Cassé (@CasseJosue) November 11, 2023
Despite the draw, Luka Elsner, former coach of Domžale and
, and his charges are currently in sixth place in the championship standings, which still leads to qualification for European competitions.
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