Thierry Henry finally has a win on his managerial record.
A Radamel Falcao goal 54 minutes in was all Monaco needed to claim a 1-0 win over Caen in Ligue 1 play on Saturday, handing Henry his first victory as manager of the French side in seven matches at the helm.
The Arsenal, Barcelona and France legend replaced the sacked Leonardo Jardim six weeks ago with the club third from bottom, following his time as an assistant for Belgium.
But the fortunes of the French side changed little with Henry calling the shots.
The club lost four and drew two of his first six matches in charge before finally picking up a win on Saturday.
His time has seen the club knocked out of the Champions League and, even after Saturday’s win, they sit two points back of safety in Ligue 1