LIVE – Coupe de France: Lens and Lyon are in their 16th final meeting, Clermont lose to R1


What a feat from Olympique Strasbourg (R1), little thumbs up from this Coupe de France, which left Clermont, 9th in Ligue 1, after a shot on goal (4-3)!

Clermont pushed for a penalty shootout

A small feat of Olympique Strasbourg, R1 resident, holding off Clermont after regulation time! Time for penalties.

Brest avoided Avranches’ trap

Extra-time goalscorer Axel Camblan sent Brest into the last 32 after a 2-0 success against Avranches.

Lyon and Lens in the 16th meeting

Not without suffering, OL found his 16th in a win against Metz at Stadion Groupama (2-1)!

Meanwhile, Lens was patient to throw Linas-Montlhéry (2-0).

OL takes the lead, Lens doubles the lead, Brest open the scoring!

In pain, the Gones scored a second after a corner by Rayan Cherki! Meanwhile, Lens took a big step toward qualifying with a second goal from Sotoca. Dan Brest opened the scoring at Avranches thanks to Lees-Melou.

OL 2-1 Metz

Avranches 0-1 Brest

Linas-Montlhery 0-2 lens

Strasbourg Koenigshoffen 0-0 Clermont

Marseille 2-0 Hyeres

Lens opens the score!

And who else but Seko Fofana had broken through the Linas-Montlhéry lock! Julien Le Cardinal’s shot hits the post but captain Lensois takes over with a powerful shot!

Score update

OL 1-1 Metz

Avranches 0-0 Brest

Linas-Montlhery 0-0 lens

Strasbourg Koenigshoffen 0-0 Clermont

Marseille 1-0 Hyeres

Equalizer for FC Metz! (1-1)

There was no time to doubt Messins, who leveled thanks to a huge strike from Jallow! Missile finds bar re-entry Anthony Lopes!

OL opened the score!

Troubled by Metz, OL finally found an opening at the hour mark thanks to Bradley Barcola, who conned Oukidja!

Score at the break, with four 0-0 in five games

A quite boring multi, as only one goal was scored. Penalty from Alexis Sanchez that allowed OM to take the lead against Hyères.

OL 0-0 Metz

Avranches 0-0 Brest

Linas-Montlhery 0-0 lens

Strasbourg Koenigshoffen 0-0 Clermont

Marseille 1-0 Hyeres

Bastian is fine

Eleventh in Ligue 2, Bastia overcame Evreux (N2) on penalties (1-1, 4-3). It was striker Ikauar Mendes who opened the scoring in the first half. Sébastien Salles-Lamonge leveled after second-half stoppage time for Corsica. In the shootout, Zacharie Boucher made all the stoppages.

Logic respected for Grasse

Little wonder in one of the first games of the afternoon with Grasse (N2) winning against Reunionese of Tamponnaise (R1). A 1-0 success thanks to Youssef Gazzaoui’s win for teammate Paulin Puel, one of Claude’s sons.

Composition of Metz, opposite of OL

Eleventh Metz: Oukidja – Alakouch, Traoré, Candé, Udol – Maïga, N’Duquidi, Atta – Jallow, Mikautadze, Gueye

OL challenged Metz with captain Barcola and Caqueret

At 15.30, OL welcomes FC Metz in the last 32 of the Coupe de France. Maxence Caqueret will have the armband. Announced at start, Bradley Barcola will start on the left flank of attack. There is no Alexandre Lacazette in the starting lineup. Karl Toko Ekambi is not even in the 21-man squad called up by Laurent Blanc.

eleven OLs: Lopes – Kumbedi, Diomandé, Lukeba, Da Silva – Caqueret, Mendes – Tete, Cherki, Barcola – Dembélé

Lovren is present in Lyon… but not in the OL group

New OL signing Dejan Lovren was not in the group that faces Metz at 15:30, but the Croatian defender was present at the Groupama Stadium.


Dejan Lovren at the Groupama Stadium © RMC Sport

Châteauroux-PSG: Galtier must raise his voice

Abused, PSG dominated unconvincingly Châteauroux (3-1), Friday, in the 32nd final of the Coupe de France. Facing the 14th National, Christophe Galtier was disappointed with the faces his team displayed for most of the first half.

“The start was in line with what I expected, important to open the scoring. And then after that, ruins. My team found itself split in two, which gave a lot of hope for Châteauroux, who was playing very well. We found ourselves defending in low blocks, conceded. Did we think things would be easy after scoring? Maybe. But we had to quickly reorganize everyone at the break to find the team’s block, and defend as we go”, he reacted in a press conference.

program this Saturday

1pm game:

Evreux (N2) – SC Bastia (L2)
Grasse (N2) – La Tamponnaise (Reunion, R1)

Game at 15.30:

OM (L1) – Hyères FC (N2) live here
Avranches (N) – Brest (L1)
Linas Montlhéry (N3) – Lens (L1)
Olympique Strasbourg Koenigshoffen 1906 (R1) – Clermont (L1)
OL (L1) – Metz (L2)

6pm game:

Monaco (L1) – Rodez (L2)
Le Puy-en-Velay (N) – Good (L1)
Stade Plabennecois (N3) – Vannes (N2)
Granville AS (N2) – Niort (L2)
ES Thaon (N3) – Amiens (L2)
ES Villerupt Thil (R1) – Annecy (L2)
AF Virois (N3) – Nantes (L1)

Match at 20:45:

Bordeaux (L2) – Rennes (L1)

Hi everybody !

The round of 32 of the Coupe de France continues this weekend with many Ligue 1 clubs on the program this Saturday (OM, OL, Nantes, Nice, Monaco, Bordeaux, Rennes…). All results and all info in our live.

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