Jardim: Monaco won't abandon attacking style in Champions League semis

Jardim: Monaco won't abandon attacking style in Champions League semis

Teenage forward Kylian Mbappe, former Manchester United and Chelsea striker Radamel Falcao and substitute Valere Germain netted for Monaco in their quarter-final second leg at Stade Louis II, while Marco Reus replied for Dortmund.

Dortmund's "You'll never walk alone" anthem, a song notably shared with English club Liverpool, was played at the ground to mark the solidarity between the two clubs in the wake of last week's bus attack.

Monaco reached the 2004 final against the odds, knocking out Real Madrid along the way, and they could meet again in Friday's draw.

Fabinho is missing because of suspension and the last time the Ligue 1 leaders were without the influential midfielder they lost 4-1 to Paris St Germain in the French League Cup final.

"We have taken France into the semifinals. We want to go out and enjoy it but all four sides are capable of winning the competition", warned Jardim, whose team were visited by Prince Albert in the dressing room afterwards. It also made him the first in Champions League history to score in each of his first four knockout games. Nothing has been decided, we have to play our game. We were always looking for the extra goal, that is the way we play, it is in our DNA.

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"During the 90 minutes it was slightly easier for us than it was on Wednesday evening", Dortmund captain Marcel Schmelzer said.

"Over both games we have the feeling that everything that could go wrong went wrong", he said.

Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel decided to make an attacking change after 26 minutes, when 19-year-old forward Ousmane Dembele replaced defender Erik Durm.

"I feel valued and supported by everyone in the club, by the players and from the supporters", Falcao said. "We felt ready to push for a semi-final place before the tie but things changed dramatically".

Borussia Dortmund, who have endured a nightmare week, were not going to give up there, however.

The German playmaker was out of action for around a month due to a thigh injury and he took just three minutes to score on his comeback in the 3-1 weekend win over Eintracht Frankfurt.