2001 Coupe de France Final

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The Coupe de France Final 2001 was a football match held at Stade de France, Saint-Denis on 26 May 2001, that saw RC Strasbourg defeat Amiens SC in a penalty shoot out. After normal time and extra-time could not separate the two sides, the match was to be decided on penalty kicks. Jean-Paul Abalo missed for Amiens, and José Luis Chilavert brought the victory to the Alsacian side.

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May 26, 2001
Strasbourg 0 – 0 Amiens
Stade de France, Saint-Denis
Attendance: 78,641
Referee: Alain Duhamel


    PENALTIES    

Bertin Penalty scored
Rémy Penalty scored
Luyindula Penalty scored
Ismaël Penalty scored
Chilavert Penalty scored

5 – 4

Penalty scored Sampil
Penalty scored Darbelet
Penalty scored Chalier
Penalty missed Abalo
Penalty scored Strzelcak

Amiens went first
STRASBOURG:
GK 1 Paraguay José Luis Chilavert
DF 2 Cameroon Pierre Njanka
DF 3 France Yannick Fischer
DF 4 France Valérien Ismaël
DF 5 France Teddy Bertin
MF 6 France Pascal Johansen
MF 7 Morocco Gharib Amzine Substituted off 55'
MF 9 France Pascal Camadini Substituted off 104'
MF 10 France Corentin Martins
MF 11 Senegal Habib Beye
FW 8 France Péguy Luyindula
Substitutes:
FW 15 France Jacques Rémy Substituted in 55'
FW 12 Serbia and Montenegro Danijel Ljuboja Substituted in 104'
Manager:
France Yvon Pouliquen


Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

AMIENS:
GK 1 France Julien Lachuer
DF 2 France Ludovic Leroy
DF 8 France Arnaud Lebrun
DF 4 Togo Jean-Paul Abalo
DF 5 France Laurent Strzelcak
MF 6 France Emerik Darbelet
MF 7 France Emmanuel Duchemin
MF 3 Republic of the Congo Oscar Ewolo
FW 9 France Peter Sampil
FW 10 France Claude-Arnaud Rivenet Substituted off 102'
FW 11 France Emmanuel Coquelet Substituted off 76'
Substitutes:
MF 12 France Xavier Chalier Substituted in 76'
MF 13 Algeria Lakhdar Adjali Substituted in 102'
Manager:
France Denis Troch

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