Leonardo Jardim was disappointed that Monaco failed to win at Toulouse on Saturday, but he was “satisfied” with the performance. The Monaco coach watched his side go in front just 11 minutes into the second half through a Youri Tielemans effort, but they were denied a victory as Tououse salvaged a share of the spoils when Aaron Leya Iseka scored on 79 minutes.
The result leaves Monaco down in 15th place on Ligue 1 with five points from as many games, but Jardim refused to be too critical after their stalemate.
He said: “The objective was victory and as such, the result is negative, but on the state of mind and attitude I am very satisfied. We improved and controlled the match, even if we can regret the technical waste on certain occasions.
“The players have given the maximum. Absences, I do not complain about absences. We are here to advance this youthful team.”