1990–91 Coupe de France

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The 1990-91 Coupe de France was the 74th Coupe de France, France's annual national football cup competition. It was won by AS Monaco.

Round of 16[edit]

Team 1 Score Team 2
FC Nantes (D1) 2 - 1 Stade Brestois (D1)
Sporting Toulon Var (D1) 2 - 3 AS Monaco (D1)
FC Sochaux-Montbéliard (D1) 1 - 1 AJ Auxerre (D1) 9-8 on p.k.
Paris SG (D1) 0 - 2 Olympique de Marseille (D1)
Gazélec Ajaccio (D2) 0 - 1 AS Cannes (D1)
Tours FC (D2) 0 - 1 FC Gueugnon (D2)
Chamois Niortais FC (D2) 2 - 1 Stade Lavallois (D2)
Rodez AF (D2) 2 - 0 FC Annecy (D2)


Quarter-finals[edit]



May, 1991
AS Cannes 1 – 2 AS Monaco
Durix Goal 11' (Report) Weah Goal 19'
Sassus Goal 42' (o.g.)


Semi-finals[edit]

1991-05-31
AS Monaco 5 – 0 FC Gueugnon
Weah Goal 21' Goal 37'
Djorkaeff Goal 60'
Passi Goal 70'
Sauzée Goal 76'
(Report)

1991-06-02
Olympique de Marseille 4 – 1 Rodez AF
Papin Goal 19' Goal 22' Goal 32'
Vercruysse Goal 58'
(Report) Pradier Goal 79'

Final[edit]

June 8, 1991
AS Monaco 1 – 0 Marseille
Passi Goal 90'
Parc des Princes, Paris
Attendance: 44,123
Referee: Joël Quiniou

References[edit]