Among the winners, Thorgan Hazard rose at halftime (46th) and Thomas Meunier at 89th. Leipzg kicked off the game but it was Dortmund who set foot on the ball and an action from Jadon Sancho was annihilated by Amadou Haidara (2nd). However, BVB quickly took the lead on a ball stolen in midfield from Kevin Kampfl by Marco Reus. After a combination between Erling Haaland and Mahmoud Dahoud, the ball reached Sancho, who flicked it into the opposite side (5th, 0-1).
Borussia then surfed on the euphoria generated by this early goal and exerted enormous pressure. Leipzig had some reactions but Reus took advantage of a bad pass from Hee-Chan Hwang to throw Haaland. After resisting a charge from Dayot Upamecano, the Norwegian victoriously punctuated a good personal effort (20th, 0-2). The first opportunity for Leipzig was also for a Norwegian but Alexander Sörloth crossed his sending too much (38th). On the other hand, Sancho signed a double with a strike from the right on a service from Reus, which played a decisive role in the three goals (45th, 0-3).
Barely 25 seconds after the restart, Leipzig had a wasted opportunity ball by Christopher Nkunku (46th). The Frenchman was not in luck: isolated at five meters by Yussuf Poulsen, he shot point blank at Roman Burki (58th). On a poorly cleared cross by the Dortmund defense, Emil Forsberg sent the ball to the post but after passing through Lukas Klostermann and Nkunku, the ball landed at Dani Olmo, who hit about 20 meters (71st, 1 -3). Meanwhile, Hazard had not adjusted his shot when he was isolated at the far post by Reus (66th). On a pass from Sancho, Haaland still gave Leipzig the final blow. (87th, 1-4).
Monaco and Eliot Matazo in the final against PSG
Beaten 1-5 by AS Monaco on Thursday in the semi-final at the Parc des Sports d’Annecy, Rumilly Vallières did not become the second D4 club to reach the Coupe de France final after Calais in 2000. Eliot Matazo played the entire match with the Assemists, who will face PSG in the final on May 19. Monaco set up from the start in the Rumilly Vallières camp and directly forced two corners. However, the first big opportunity was for the visitors but Ashley Moke’s left shot from 20 meters was diverted for a corner (17th). In a way on repetition, Alexis Peuget opened the scoring on a slightly deflected sending, which deceived Radoslaw Majecki (20th, 1-0).
After conceding his very first goal in this edition of the Coupe de France, Monaco picked up the pace and equalized with the complicity of Savoy defender Arthur Bozon, who deflected with a header in his goal a cross from Fode Ballo-Touré ( 27th). The reversal of the situation was underway and on a corner from Cesc Fabregas, Aurélien Tchouaméni beat Dan Delaunay (32nd, 1-2). The Savoyard goalkeeper was happier when Kevin Volland, alone in an ideal position within six meters, sent the ball to the crossbar (37th). On the resumption, Rumilly Vallières began to lose the ball more and more quickly and on an error of Dorian Levêque, Wissam Ben Yedder called the one / two with Fabregas to put the Monegasques in the shelter (55th, 1-3 ). With two assists to his account, the former Spanish international improved his stats with a splendid free kick (78th, 1-4). Fabregas could leave the pitch quietly (79th) especially as Aleksandr Golovin added a goal after recovering the ball in the feet of Jean Manuel Ribeiro (82nd, 1-5).