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


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
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
FW 15 France Jacques Rémy Substituted in 55'
FW 12 Serbia and Montenegro Danijel Ljuboja Substituted in 104'
France Yvon Pouliquen

Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

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'
MF 12 France Xavier Chalier Substituted in 76'
MF 13 Algeria Lakhdar Adjali Substituted in 102'
France Denis Troch

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