Two goals early in the second half from Djibril Sidibe and and Thomas Lemar saw Monaco claim a 2-1 victory at Stade Louis II to end our involvement in this season's UEFA Champions League on Tuesday night (November 22).
Hugo Lloris put on another goalkeeping wonder-show on the continent, saving Radamel Falcao's early penalty and somehow diverting Kamil Glik's thumping close-range volley over the bar with a flailing arm as the Ligue 1 side looked to extend their advantage in the closing stages.
But his awesome resistance alone wasn't enough for us as Sidibe headed home just after the interval with Monaco carrying over their attacking threat from the first period into the second.
And merely 38 seconds after Harry Kane hauled us back level from the penalty spot, Lemar angled one in from the left side to seal the win for the Group E leaders.
The result leaves us with four points from our five games in the competition and, although we could feasibly draw level with second-placed Bayer Leverkusen on matchday six on December 7, the German side would still progress on the head-to-head rule after their 1-0 win at Wembley earlier this month.
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