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Casillas catches a cross, but he runs into Falcao and drops it, but gathers just in time to prevent a cheap goal. That was a worrying moment for the decorated shot-stopper!
Porto have settled into a solid defensive shape, with most of their players in their own half at all times, committing just a few men forward at once.
Moutinho wips in a free-kick from the left, which is headed out of play. Despite hearty Monaco appeals for a corner, a goal-kick is awarded.
A Monaco attack breaks down, and Brahimi releases Marega down the right as they break two-on-two! Aboubakar, the likely match-winner, is also replaced, presumably to rest him for another day.
Corona comes on in his place. Marega has had a couple of chances himself, but he showed great pace and athleticism to get beyond his man before squaring to Aboubakar for a simple finish.
Pereira is booked as Porto give away yet another free-kick. They seem to be looking to disrupt the flow of the game and kill any Monaco momentum.
Lemar is replaced by Lopes for the final half an hour. Moutinho is taken out by Oliveira as he tries to instigate a quick break. Lemar nearly found the perfect pass there, but not quite.
Marega is played through by a simple long ball, and he stays strong to keep the ball as he surges towards the goal, but can only fire straight at Benaglio.
He did so well to take it down on his chest, but the pressure from Jemerson put him off his shot. Better from Monaco as they work it down the right, winning a corner from their eventual cross.
The set-piece comes to nothing, however. Porto whip a corner to the near post, which is defended well, but the ball finds its way out to Oliveira on the edge of the box, who blasts one at goal, but it is blocked away.
Good build-up, but not quite from the Ligue 1 champions. Porto break the deadlock! The keeper saves well, and then makes an incredible double-save from Aboubakar on the rebound!
But the ball falls to the Porto striker again and he finds the net this time to open the scoring! Benaglio did so well there, but Monaco were static!
Both teams struggling to keep the ball in the early stages of this second half. The half drew to a scrappy close, and despite an acrobatic effort from Falcao, the score remains Porto at the break.
Monaco look to turn things around here as they trail to Porto. Monaco look to be making a half-time change, with Carrillo coming on for Diakhaby.
The man coming off was a little ineffective in the first half. Just before half-time, the ball is worked out to the right again and is crossed into Falcao.
The Colombian striker goes for an acrobatic overhead kick, but misses the ball completely and Porto break down the other end, but it comes to nothing.
Just before half-time, the ball is worked out to the right again is is crossed into Falcao. Monaco whip another cross into the box from a corner, and it finds Glik, but he is backpedalling and his looping header is caught by Casillas.
Porto play a lovely one-two on the right, before a cross is fizzed into the penalty spot for Brahimi to strike at goal, but his contact is a little scruffy and it goes well wide.
He really should have hit the target at least there. Falcao of all players gets back well to make a tackle and disrupt a dangerous looking Porto attack.
However, without his presence up front, the home side lose possession again. Porto are knocking the ball about confidently now, while Monaco are left chasing shadows.
Jardim may need to give his team a little boost at the break. Marega receives the ball on the edge of the box with his back to goal. He turns away from his marker, but drags his shot wide of the post.
Porto are in the ascendancy here. Porto captain Herrera follows Fabinho into the book with a clumsy tackle in the centre of the pitch.
Fabinho shows his frustration with the goal and makes a late, clumsy challenge in the centre of the park.
A free-kick on the right for Monaco is floated into the box, but after several half-clearances, Casillas gets a fist on it to punch away. Porto try to break, but their own cross is headed away.
The ball is played into Falcao and he turns well, but the centre-halves crowd him out after a slightly heavy touch.
Perhaps he needed a little more height on that cross, rather than going low. After a 4—2 loss in Madrid where Fernando Morientes scored, and was applauded by his former fans , Monaco created a sensation by defeating the Spanish 3—1 at home.
Monaco played against Chelsea in the semi-finals, and despite the exclusion of Akis Zikos , Monaco found enough strength to score twice and win the game 3—1.
The last goal was scored by striker Shabani Nonda , who just returned from a seven-month injury. Costinha scored the opening goal again, on seven minutes.
In the first knockout round, Porto met Manchester United. The Portuguese won 2—1 at home and managed to qualify in the final minutes of the second leg, when Costinha scored an equaliser in injury time in a 1—1 draw at Old Trafford.
In the quarter-finals, Porto met a French team for the second time in the tournament: Monaco, in their first European final, were up against Porto, the UEFA Cup winners from the previous season, who were appearing in the European Cup final for a second time after Porto were the favourites after eliminating Manchester United in the second round of the competition, while Monaco had eliminated Real Madrid and Chelsea.
Following much pre-match speculation, Monaco captain Ludovic Giuly took up a central attacking position from the start, and four times in the opening three minutes his pace nearly caught Porto cold.
Morientes was then adjudged offside from another astute pass from Bernardi. Five minutes later, Porto took the lead from the same source.
Up to that point, five minutes from the interval, Monaco had been the better side, but in the opening period of the second half, Monaco looked shell-shocked, a goal down and without the inspirational Giuly.
However, they gradually crept back into contention as Porto failed to capitalise and only another marginal offside verdict denied Morientes an equaliser.
But as their forays began to founder on the edge of the Porto area, the chance of a decisive counterattack grew more likely.
In the 71st minute, Deco broke clear and found Alenichev on the left. Four minutes later, Porto put the match out of reach with a third goal.
Man of the Match: Knud Erik Fisker Denmark. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Arena AufSchalke , Gelsenkirchen. Kim Milton Nielsen Denmark.
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