Monaco have taken yet another big step to ensure that they qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League competition.

Two goals from sensational striker, Radamel Falcao ensured that he helped his team through to win over their visiting opponents.

This game is Falcao’s first European game in seven weeks. This was as a result of a lengthy break which he had to remain out of play due to suffering from a concussion. His return to the pitch has however see him unleash havoc in the heart of CSKA Moscow’s defense.

An opening goal was scored by Monaco in the 13th minute into the game when Valere Germain pushed into the heart of the Russians defence, taking advantage of a wrong move by goalie, Igor Akinfeev to score a goal.

While the keeper had dived low to try and stop the goal, Germain had gone all the way through knocking the ball forward and over the keeper before tapping it into the back of the net.
Monaco saw another goal in the 29th minute when Falcao was able to professionally turn a cross from Benjamin Mandy into a goal.

Falcao went further to score a second goal in the 41st minute which saw him play a one two with Germain, before knocking the ball past Akinfeev to find the net once more.

Unfortunately, Falcao was unable to turn his brace into a hat trick in the second half period of the game where his two shots sent in from good positions that came close to doing the needful, went wide.

This result means CSKA remains winless for four games now. On the other hand, Monaco sits atop the Group E league table, with a total of eight points. They have two points more than Bayer Leverkusen, who came off with winning Tottenham in one goal to nil at Wembley.