Monaco starlet Kylian Mbappe continued his meteoric ascent to the top of European football on Wednesday evening with another crucial Champions League goal against Borussia Dortmund.
Marco Reus has returned to first-team action and should start against Monaco with Borussia Dortmund 3-2 down from the first leg.
"The first goal was my mistake, I should have used my fists to push it further away".
But any thoughts of a revival were ended by Germain, another replacement, as he converted following a swift Monaco break only 22 seconds after taking the field in place of Mbappe.
"I think this question is something for our opponents now", the Portuguese coach said.
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Monaco has come a long way since July 27 a year ago - when it started in the qualifying rounds with a trip to Istanbul. "I try to help by sharing my feelings and we learn things together through this process".
"Our trademark is scoring goals", mentioned Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel in the pre-match presser. The lead by 3-2 from the first leg but they will know that their opponents are still very risky on the break and have a lot of good players in their side. "We have to make the most of this opportunity and to play with our qualities".
There was no Marc Bartra, the Spanish defender who needed surgery on a broken wrist suffered in the attack on the Dortmund team bus that forced the first leg to be postponed by 24 hours.
"During the 90 minutes it was slightly easier for us than it was on Wednesday evening", Dortmund captain Marcel Schmelzer said.
"We wanted to leave at 7:15 p.m".
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"We do not comment on media reports", the spokesman said, adding that he did not want to elaborate on whether the explosions were still regarded as a terror attack. That result means just one goal from Dortmund wouldn't be enough.
Left back Bernard Mendy ran at the heart of Dortmund's defense and hit a fierce shot that goalkeeper Roman Burki spilled.
Striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - who had a spell on loan at Monaco in 2010/11 - is in form in the competition, having scored seven times in eight Champions League games this term.
Monaco made the most of that let-off and were 2-0 up in the 17th minute.
After the drama of last week's attack, this was a welcome return to euphoric, attacking football.
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Before kick-off, the home fans showed solidarity by unveiling a banner which read: "BVB: You Will Never Walk Alone" as the anthem played out around the Stade Louis II.
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