Despite a first goal scored by the opposing camp, Monaco did not really tremble to eliminate Rumilly this Thursday (5-1), in the semi-final of the Coupe de France. After the meeting, Niko Kovac paid a nice tribute to the coach of the resident of National 2.
Class in victory further adds to the joy. Niko Kovac paid a nice tribute to Fatsah Amghar this Thursday, after the qualification of Monaco for the final of the Coupe de France at the expense of Rumilly-Vallières, resident of National 2 (5-1).
“I paid him compliments because playing a semi-final in the Coupe de France being a fourth division team is a great success, salutes the ASM technician. Bravo to them, they did a good job. work, he (Fatsah Amghar) did a good job. That’s what I told him. He’s also a coach, like me, I know how he feels, what he thinks, how much he wants win. We have to be united. “
Monaco’s guard of honor
The Monegasque players had reserved a guard of honor for their valiant evening opponents, to accompany them back to the locker room, to applause. “Bravo again,” Wissam Ben Yedder also tweeted to Rumilly.
Rumilly believed in the feat when Alexi Peuget opened the scoring. But a csc de Bozon weighed down the momentum of the last survivor of the lower divisions. Behind, Monaco barely had to accelerate to take the lead and drive home the point, with goals from Tchouaméni, Ben Yedder, Fabregas and Golovine. The Monegasques join PSG for a final which will take place on Wednesday.