Goals and highlights: Monaco 2-0 Amiens in Quarterfinals for the Coupe de France 2022
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5:58 PM4 months ago

Match ends!

Monaco fulfills its objective after defeating Amiens at home to advance to the semifinals of the Coupe de France 2021-2022.
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5:45 PM4 months ago


Monaco make their final substitution: Djibril Sidibé replaces Rubén Aguilar.
5:44 PM4 months ago


Amiens' last moves: Mathis Lachuer and Mustapha Sangaré take the place of Aliou Badji and Kader Bamba.
5:42 PM4 months ago


Amiens make another change to their line-up: Eddy Gnahoré comes in for Emmanuel Lomotey.
5:42 PM4 months ago


Monaco makes another change: Sofiane Diop replaces Maghnes Akliouche.
5:26 PM4 months ago


Amiens has also already moved its oncen: Arnaud Lusamba and Tolu Arokodare replace Jessy Bénet and Chadrac Akolo.
5:23 PM4 months ago


Mateo Pavlovic, captain of Amiens, joins the cautioned.
5:23 PM4 months ago


Another change for Monaco: Youssouf Fofana comes off and Eliot Matazo enters.
5:15 PM4 months ago


On a pass from Maghnes Akliouche, Kevin Volland scored low in the six-yard box to extend the lead.
5:08 PM4 months ago


Vito Mannone! The home goalkeeper dives and one-handedly blocks Kader Bamba's good cross shot. It was a close call for the equalizer.
5:06 PM4 months ago


Monaco makes a double move: Guillermo Maripan and Vanderson replace Chrislain Matsima and Gelson Martins.
5:05 PM4 months ago

Second Half kicks off!

The match Monaco 1-0 Amiens SC restarts.
4:49 PM4 months ago

The first half is over!

By the narrowest of margins, with Aurélien Thcouaméni scoring a late winner, Monaco are beating Amiens at home, a team that has not been in poor form.
4:48 PM4 months ago


Jessy Bénet, Amiens midfielder, also receives a yellow card.
4:40 PM4 months ago


Missed opportunity! Kevin Volland failed to get his shot on target after the visitors' defence failed to get a clear chance to increase the home side's lead.
4:40 PM4 months ago


Good save by Yohann Thuram to keep out Gelson Martins' shot. Amiens are saved.
4:26 PM4 months ago


It doesn't count! Amiens' goal is disallowed for offside by Chadrac Akolo.
4:26 PM4 months ago


Aurélien Tchouaméni, Monaco central midfielder, also receives a yellow card.  
4:14 PM4 months ago


Owen Gene and Aliou Badji, Amiens players, are the first cautions of the match.
4:13 PM4 months ago


After the goal, Monaco kept possession and continued to reach the visitors' box.
4:06 PM4 months ago


Aurélien Tchouaméni took advantage of a poor clearance by Mateo Pavlović to score inside the box and quickly put the home side ahead.
4:02 PM4 months ago

The match is underway!

The ball is rolling! The squads of Monaco and Amiens are already facing each other.
4:01 PM4 months ago

Amiens: substitutes

Régis Gurtner, Mamadou Fofana, Tolu Arokodare, Amaud Lusamba, Eddy Gnahoré, Harouna Sy, Mathis Lachuer, Mustapha Sangaré and Gaoussou Traoré.
3:52 PM4 months ago

Monaco: substitutes

Vanderson, Guillermo Maripán, Wissam Ben Yedder, Caio Henrique, Alexander Nübel, Djibril Sidibé, Félix Lemaréchal, Eliot Matazo and Sofiane Diop.
3:46 PM4 months ago

Amiens: confirmed lineup

Y. Thuram; M. Fofana, M. Pavlovic, F. Mendy, O. Gene, J. Benet, E. Lomotey, M. Xantippe, A. Badji, C. Akolo and K. Bamba.
3:45 PM4 months ago

Monaco: confirmed lineup

V. Mannone; R. Aguilar, A. Disasi, C. Matsima, I. Jakobs, A. Thcouaméni, Y. Fofana, J. Lucas, M. Akliouche, G. Martins and K. Volland
3:36 PM4 months ago

Monaco and Amiens' current situation

After 23 rounds in Ligue 1, Monaco is in sixth place with 36 points, after ten wins, six draws and seven defeats.

Meanwhile, after 23 matches in Ligue 2, Amiens is in fourteenth place with 26 points, the result of five wins, eleven draws and seven defeats.

3:30 PM4 months ago

What's next for Amiens?

This weekend, in Ligue 2, they salvaged a point away to FC Sochaux with a 1-1 draw, Aliou Badji scoring the only goal of the game.
3:29 PM4 months ago

How are Monaco coming along?

Last Saturday, in Ligue 1, they took advantage of their home advantage to defeat Olympique Lyon 2-0, with goals from Jean Lucas Oliveira and Wissam Ben Yedder.
3:17 PM4 months ago

Monaco's call-up list

These are the elements that will be eligible for the local team, which will seek to avoid surprises on its way to the title.  
3:17 PM4 months ago

Quarter-finals of the Coupe de France 2021-2022

The clashes of this round are:

Nice vs Olympique de Marseille

Bergerac Perigord vs Versailles 78

Nantes vs Bastia

Monaco vs Amiens

Once the four semi-finalists are known, a draw will be held to determine the outcome of the two groups.

3:12 PM4 months ago

Let's get started!

In just under an hour, AS Monaco and Amiens SC will face off in the quest to become the first semi-finalists in the 2021-2022 Coupe de France. For the moment, both teams are already at the stadium and will be warming up shortly.
3:07 PM4 months ago

Tune in here Monaco vs Amiens Live Score

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3:02 PM4 months ago

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2:57 PM4 months ago

Amiens: last lineup

Y. Thuram; M. Lachuer, E. Lomotey, F. Mendy, H. Sy, B. Zungu, E. Gnahoré, A. Lusamba, I. Gomis, A. Badji and T. Arokodare.
2:52 PM4 months ago

Monaco: last lineup

V. Mannone; C. Henrique, C. Matsima, A. Disasi, R. Aguilar, A. Tchouaméni, J. Lucas, S. Diop, K. Volland, G. Martins and W. Ben Yedder.
2:47 PM4 months ago

How did Amiens gain access?

As a Ligue 2 club, Philippe Hinschberger's men began competing in the seventh stage and recently triumphed away from home in the Round of 16 with a 2-0 win over AS Nancy Lorraine, Arnaud Lusamba and Tolu Arokodare scoring.
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2:42 PM4 months ago

How did Monaco advance?

As a Ligue 1 side, Philippe Clement's men entered the cup in the Round of 32 and eliminated Racing Lens away in the last round with a 4-2 win over Racing Lens, with goals from Wissam Ben Yedder (2), Jean Lucas Oliveira and Sofiane Diop.
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2:37 PM4 months ago

A very red-and-white clash

On Tuesday evening on Monegasque soil, Monaco will be looking to take advantage of their home advantage to advance to the next stage and continue their quest for the title, while Amiens will be looking to spring a surprise.
2:32 PM4 months ago

Competition format

The French Cup consists of 14 phases (preliminary, first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, round of 32, round of 16, round of 16, round of 16, quarterfinals, semifinals and final), all of which are single-elimination matches.

Progressively, and in order according to their division, clubs from regional leagues, National 3, National 2, Championnat National, Ligue 2 and Ligue 1, are integrated into the tournament.

2:27 PM4 months ago

French Cup 2021-2022

The Coupe de France is the most important French soccer competition, and this is the 105th time it is being held. There are around 7,000 teams competing, belonging to the different divisions of French football. The current champion is PSG; in addition, it is worth mentioning that the winner gets a pass to the UEFA Europa League 2022-2023.
2:22 PM4 months ago

Welcome to VAVEL.com’s coverage in the Quarterfinals of the Coupe de France, 2021-2022 edition: Monaco vs Amiens Live Updates!

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