Qualified for the round of 16 after eliminating Caen (1-0), resident of Ligue 2, while losing Neymar to injury for several weeks, PSG will move again, but in Brest this time. The match will take place on March 6 or 7. Until then, Parisians will travel to Dijon (Saturday 27) and Bordeaux (March 3). It will especially be the last match before the knockout stages of the Champions League against Barcelona scheduled for March 10.
This trip to the current twelfth in Ligue 1 will certainly bring back good memories to Miguel D’Agostino, the deputy of Mauricio Pochettino, who was assistant to Albert Rust when the Breton club returned to Ligue 1 in 2003.
The last opposition between the two teams, at the Parc des Princes, had allowed Pochettino to gain his first success (3-0) a week after his arrival in early January.
PSG were part of Group D decided by the FFF to regionalize these round of 16 and avoid too long journeys for the clubs concerned. The proof with this duel between Nice and Monaco. Note a great meeting for the Red Star which will host Lens.
The other posters
Valenciennes (L2) – Metz
Gazélec Ajaccio (N2) – Lille
Beauvais (N2) – Boulogne (N1)
Red Star (N1) – Lens
Alès-en-Cévennes (N3) – Montpellier
Canet RFC (N2) – Marseille
Aubagne (N2) Toulouse (Ligue 2)
Angers – Franciscan Club (Martinique)
OL – Sochaux (L2)
Nice – Monaco
Saint-Louis Neuweg (N3) – Sedan (N2)
Rumilly-Vallières (N2) – FC Annecy (Nat.)
Romorantin (N2) or Mtsapéré (May) – Châteaubriant (N2)
Saumur (N3) – US Montagnarde (R1)
Le Puy Foot 43 (N2) – Lorient
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