Thierry Henry suggested his Monaco players lacked the necessary desire to win after Sunday’s 3-0 Ligue 1 defeat against Lyon.
The Monaco chief watched as Houssem Aouar, Nabil Fekir and Ferland Mendy handed the high-flying hosts a comfortable three points to move them up third in the table.
The defeat leaves Monaco 19th in the table, still three points adrift of the final position of safety, and Henry was less than impressed with the level of performance from his players.
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He told reporters: “We have to look at the first goal we conceded and especially the second goal which summed up this game. Winning without desire is hard.
“We have to try to put this game behind us, we have a big game against Guingamp next week.”