Kamaldeen completes most dribbles in Monaco game despite playing only 14 minutes
- Kamaldeen Sulemana was left on the substitution bench by Rennes Coach, Bruno Genesio for their match-day 19 game versus AS Monaco in the French League 1
- The 19-year-old Ghanaian winger was brought on into the game at the 76th minute after Rennes had conceded their second goal on the night after scoring first
- Kamaldeen numbers in the game show it would have served coach Bruno Genesio and his game if he had brought him on earlier in the game
For the 14 minutes that Kamaldeen Sulemana was on the pitch for his club Rennes in their French League 1 game versus Monaco, he completed the most dribbles.
Kamaldeen Sulemana replaced goal scorer, Martin Terrier in the 76th minute of the game, and immediately started making an impact, setting up Laborde for a shot at goal in the 83th minute.
He then had a go at goal himself in the 85 the 85th minute of the game after a fine exchange with Benjamin Bourigeaud but the shot was ultimately blocked by the Monaco defense.
The 19-year-old Ghanaian winger would then use his blistering pace and on-ball skills to draw a foul from Aurelien Tchouameni, who was shown the the yellow card for the foul in the 87th minute.
With Rennes still searching for the equalizer, Kamaldeen created another goal scoring opportunity for Benjamin Bourigeaud this time around, but the French's right footed shot from outside the box was no trouble for Nubel in the Monaco goal post.
Former Bayern Munich coach, Nico Kovac and his men hanged on for the rest of the game to run away with all the three points.
Kamaldeen's 100 per cent pass success rate from completing all nine of his passes, four completed dribbles from five attempts, the most by any player in the game, two chances created, one ball recovery, five duels won and one foul earned according to FotMob.
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Source: Sports Brief News