Thierry Henry Sets Bad Record As Monaco Lose 4 – 0 In Champions League

Theirry Henry’s nightmare start as Monaco manager continued on Tuesday, as his side made some unwanted history in the Champions League.

The Ligue 1 club were hammered 4-0 at home by Belgian side Club Brugge.

It was Henry’s third defeat from his winless five games in charge of Monaco.

Hans Vanaken’s brace and Wesley’s sensational strike put Brugge up 3-0 at half-time, before Ruud Vormer netted with five minutes remaining to complete the rout at Stade Louis II.

The loss was the heaviest Monaco have ever suffered at home in a Champions League/European Cup match.

Brugge also registered their largest margin of victory in the Champions League/European Cup since September 1977 and it was also the Belgian side’s first win in their last 12 Champions League games.

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