Love celebrates with teammates after scoring for Monaco against Saint-Etienne.
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Brazilian striker Vagner Love chose Valentine's Day to deliver his first goal in France's Ligue 1 Sunday, earning Monaco a crucial point in a 1-1 draw at Saint-Etienne.The result leaves Monaco on 46 points in second place in Ligue 1, which is an automatic Champions League qualifying berth, six points clear of Saint-Etienne in third.Saint-Etienne had needed extra-time to beat struggling Troyes and make the French Cup quarterfinals in midweek, but were in buoyant mood after winning their last two league games.The dogged visitors eventually earned a point on 84 minutes when the 31-year-old Love, who joined from Corinthians in the January transfer window, stabbed home in a chaotic goalmouth scramble.The capital club are an enormous 24 points clear of Monaco in second.
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