News: Paris Saint-Germain and OGC Nice met in the 16th round of the Coupe de France on Monday evening. After a tough fight, the penalty shoot-out was decided in favor of the guests.

PSG – Messi from the start, Embappe from the bench

For both teams, the 16th round of the French Cup was very important, which could already be seen from the ranks. Among the deserving stars, Mbappe is not the only one in the starting XI, but the Frenchman should come in the 64th minute.

Despite the Paris team dominating the first half, the best chances to score were slim. Only two dangerous acts of Marco Verratti (22nd) and Lionel Messi (45th) were recorded.

Cluvert missed – Penalty shootout results

The first 45 minutes of the film echoed in the 2nd half. Capitals held the ball considerably, but it was difficult to create pressing scoring opportunities.

In the 47th minute, the guests were confronted by former Leipzig player Klovert, whose shot was denied by Donarumma.

Pochettino tried to intervene when Mbappe arrived, but his team’s personal quality did not turn into goal chances. The defense of “Les Aiglons” – a former FC Bayern professional – caught a strong day with Donte and blocked everything.

Shortly before the end of regular time, Cluvert received another shot after a significant attack, but the Dutchman’s attempt was blocked by Danilo Pereira. On the other hand, Messi took a free shot at the time of injury, but Dodipo blocked it. Next came Corner Perera who extended to the back post, but Mbabane was unable to put the ball into the goal. It went all the way to the penalty shootout.

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Pulka became a hero

After Schneiderlin, Todibo and Atal (Nice) and Messi and Mbappe (PSG) scored, Paredes went to the penalty spot and picked up the bottom left corner, before Bulka saved the ball in anticipation. On the next attempt Andy Delort failed in the tonarumma, Draxler equalized. Amin Gauri pushed the newcomers back, putting pressure on Verdi to bear it.

Evann Gussand, the sixth sniper, is unlikely to defend himself for the PSG keeper. Juan Bernard, a former FC Bayern specialist, scored from the top left corner. As the next shooter, Donde advanced towards the point and threw the ball in the middle. Young Xavi Simmons wanted to equalize but failed in the pulka.

Nice, who has thus advanced to the quarterfinals, meets Olympic Marseille.

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