Led by a roster of players in top form, made up of the MVP of the competition and a three-time world champion, AS Monaco Esports won the finals of the eFootball Championship Pro this Sunday, for the third time in its history.
They thrilled us like never before! Playing with a conquering state of mind, after a quarter-final and then a semifinal dominated against Galatasaray (2-0) and AS Roma (2-0), the representatives of AS Monaco Esports won the supreme title in eFootball Championship Pro. Led by a captain who already has plenty of trophies, Usmakabyle, a three-time world champion, the Rouge et Blanc then made short work of Bayern Munich in the finals of the competition (2-0).
A final which saw a comeback… and a win!
This prestigious victory was obtained thanks to a flawless performance by the revelation of the tournament, Nekza, who logically earned the MVP of the competition, and of course Walid Tebane, alias Usmakabyle. The young Monegasque first disposed of Jose (1-0), at the start of the final, before the captain got everyone back onside after a crazy match. Ahead three timeson the way to leading 3-1 against Mestre, he then saw his formidable opponent make an improbable comeback (4-3), but the double winner of eFootball Pro did not want to see a personal hat trick elude his grasp..
A third title for AS Monaco Esports in eFootball Championship Pro
He therefore decided to play with our nerves and once again come back in this gala match, scoring two goals in the last ten minutes. The first came through a great captain, Wissam Ben Yedder, before Myron Boadu completed the win for the Principality club (5-4). The result was thus a 2-0 win against the German giant, making it a hat-trick for Usmakabyle and AS Monaco Esports in eFootball Pro, which has become eFootball Championship Pro.
Nekza finishes MVP and top scorer!
It’s a new major title for the ASM Esports team, which confirms its status as one of the best on the European scene. As an additional honor, was named MVP of the tournament, as well as finishing top scorer (16 goals), ahead of Usmakabyle (15), who had scores the best goal of the quarters/semis on Saturday.
It was a triumph for the roster led by coach Imad Mihoubi, who has supported his players throughout the competition along with Luthor and Le_Poulain, who commented on the competition live on our Twitch channel, and who lost their voices! There’s only one thing left to say: WELL DONE GENTLEMEN and DAGHE MUNEGU!