the results of the 32nd finals


The elite of French football in the arena. Since this Thursday, Ligue 1 clubs have been competing with the 32nd finals of the Coupe de France. It was Strasbourg that had the honor of playing the first match against Valenciennes on Thursday evening, and the Alsatians won 1-0 in the northern fog.

This Friday evening, however, the meeting which was to oppose Paris FC and Lyon at the Charlety stadium in Paris was interrupted at 10:45 p.m. after incidents. The referee and the players had to return to the locker room and around fifty CRS were mobilized.

The day after this stopped match, the Coupe de France resumed its rights on Saturday with the qualification in the round of 16 for Lille, Nantes, Clermont as well as Nancy and Dijon, who fell respectively from Troyes and Dijon.

First jostled by fans of Cannet-Rocheville, Marseille qualified for the round of 16 of the Coupe de France on Sunday, as did Lens, Monaco, Montpellier, Saint-Etienne and Reims, while Angers and Metz been ousted.

Lille ensures, Nantes on penalties

The meeting between the amateurs of the JSCBA Nîmes (Regional 2) and Clermont (L1) was briefly interrupted in the 76th minute for six minutes after some overflows, which led to the deployment of CRS. After several calls for calm, the match resumed and ended with the qualification without surprise for Clermont (4-0).

At the start of the evening, the reigning French champion Lille quietly ensured their qualification 3-1 against Auxerre (L2) at the Pierre Mauroy stadium, even if the Burgundians woke up in the second period. But Gomes, David and Celik had given the Mastiffs a comfortable lead.

Earlier, Nantes, 10th in Ligue 1, was pushed on penalties by Sochaux (L2) at the Bonal stadium (0-0, 5-4 pens). The Sochalien Christophe Diedhiou was the only one to miss his attempt.

The feat of Nancy, the performance of AS Cannes

Nancy, last of L2, signed the first exploit of these 32nd by bringing down Troyes (L1) at Aube Stadium. Reduced to 8 after the expulsions of Nonnenmacher (32nd), Ciss (76th) and Karamoko (90th + 4), the team coached by Benoît Pedretti qualified on penalties (1-1, 4-2 tab). The Nancy had managed to equalize by Jung (63rd) when they were already outnumbered. During the penalty shootout, Suk and Larouci missed their shots.

Another very fine performance, that of theAS Cannes, National 3 club, which ousted Dijon (L2). Led shortly after the break, the Cannois equalized at the end of the match to snatch a penalty shootout, during which the experienced Deaux and Sammaritano notably failed for the DFCO (1-1, 3-2 on pens).

In a poster between Ligue 2 clubs, Amiens won his ticket by going to fight Guingamp 3-2 thanks to a hat-trick from Akolo. The Picard club led 3-0 before getting scared in the second period, but they have not lost for two months after a complicated start to the season in the league.

In another confrontation between second division clubs, Toulouse has upgraded Nimes 4-1 thanks in particular to a double from Ado Onaiwu, who also scored a decisive pass. The Toulouse, second in Ligue 2, and the Nîmes, tenth, will meet on Tuesday in the league.

Other residents of L2, the players of Quevilly-Rouen have long been trailing 1-0 by Laval (National) before equalizing and qualifying on penalties against Tangos (1-1, 4-2 on pens). Current play-off in L2, Bastia also continues its course by dismissing 3-1 the Hauts Lyonnais, National 3 club. Thaon (N3) pushed out Beauvais (N2) on penalties (3-3, 4-2 pens)

Saturday evening, reindeer won 1-0 against Lorient in the Breton derby. Among the posters for this Sunday, Sporting Club Lyon against Saint-Etienne, Marseille-Cannet Rocheville, Cholet-Nice and at the end of these 32nd finals Paris Saint Germain against Feignies at 9:10 p.m.

OM are doing well

Nine months after Canet-en-Roussillon (National 2), it was Cannet-Rocheville (N3) which gave OM a few cold sweats. But the current PSG runner-up in Ligue 1 avoided elimination this time (4-1), thanks in particular to a hat-trick from Milik.

In a well-stocked Vélodrome, the small club from the Alpes-Maritimes created a sensation when Mike Coré deceived Steve Mandanda (17th). The exclusion of Lahouel and the penalty which resulted from it, allowed the Marseillais to equalize by Arkadiusz Milik (41st).

The Pole again scored twice in the second period (57th, 90th), while the Brazilian Luis Henrique scored his first goal with OM (77th). Three achievements also signed Guendouzi, decisive passer each time.

Angers and Metz out

Two other Ligue 1 clubs, Angers and Metz, on the other hand, stop as soon as they enter the competition. The Angevins missed their subject on the synthetic lawn of Linas-Montlhery (N3). The Essonne club quickly took the lead thanks to a double from Pascal Leno (9th, 24th) to never let go.

Already struggling in Ligue 1, Metz was eliminated on penalties at Bergerac (0-0, 5-4 tabs). Pape Matar Sarr saw his attempt stopped by goalkeeper Pierre Laborde.

PSG, Monaco, Lens and Montpellier qualified without problem

Other elite clubs ensured their qualification without incident. Finalist of the last edition against PSG, monaco prevailed at the red star Habib Beye (National) thanks to a double from Wissam Ben Yedder (32nd, 64th).

lens got rid of Poitevin Stadium (N3). Ignatius Ganago took advantage of a scramble by the opposing defense to score (36th). The Sang et Or played a large part of the match in numerical superiority after the exclusion of Neto (28th).

Montpellier will also see the 16th thanks to a narrow 1-0 success on the ground ofAndrezieux-Boutheon (N2), OM scorer in 2019. Téji Savanier was the only scorer of the match from the penalty spot (68th).

the Reims Stadium, long held in check during the derby against Reims-Saint-Anne (Regional 1), snatched his ticket thanks to the young Martin Adeline, 18 (89th).

Last in Ligue 1, Saint Etienne offered itself a clearing in the Cup with its 1-0 success at the neighbor of Lyon-La Duchere (National), for the premiere of new coach Pascal Dupraz. In this derby, without supporters of the Greens banned from moving, it was Arnaud Nordin who scored the only goal of the match (32nd).

On Sunday evening, PSG, defending champion, easily qualified against the amateurs of Feignies-Aulnoyes (5th division) 3-0.

The adventure in the Coupe de France Twins of Mzouazia, Mayotte club which plays in the 6th division, ended Sunday in the 32nd final on the ground of Bordeaux, concerned and ruthless (10-0) like Mbaye Niang, author of a quadruple.

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