Monaco make their last substitution: Djibril Sidibé replaces Rubén Aguilar.
Last maneuvers of Amiens: Mathis Lachuer and Mustapha Sangaré take the place of Aliou Badji and Kader Bamba.
Amiens is making a new change in its composition: Eddy Gnahoré replaces Emmanuel Lomotey.
Monaco makes a new change: Sofiane Diop replaces Maghnes Akliouche.
Amiens has also already moved its oncen: Arnaud Lusamba and Tolu Arokodare replace Jessy Bénet and Chadrac Akolo.
Mateo Pavlovic, captain of Amiens, joins the warned.
Another change for Monaco: Youssouf Fofana leaves and Eliot Matazo enters.
On a Maghnes Akliouche pass, Kevin Volland scored low in the penalty area to extend the lead.
Vito Mannone! The local goalkeeper dives and blocks Kader Bamba’s good cross shot with one hand. It was a close call for the equaliser.
Monaco do a double blow: Guillermo Maripan and Vanderson replace Chrislain Matsima and Gelson Martins.
The second half is on!
The Monaco 1-0 Amiens SC match restarts.
The first half is over!
By the tiniest of margins, with Aurélien Thcouaméni scoring a late winner, Monaco beat Amiens at home, a team that hasn’t been in bad shape.
Jessy Bénet, midfielder from Amiens, also receives a yellow card.
Missed opportunity! Kevin Volland missed target after the visitors’ defense had no chance to increase the home side’s lead.
Nice save from Yohann Thuram to repel the shot from Gelson Martins. Amiens is saved.
it does not count ! Amiens’ goal is disallowed for offside by Chadrac Akolo.
Aurélien Tchouaméni, Monegasque central midfielder, also receives a yellow card.
Owen Gene and Aliou Badji, players from Amiens, are the first to know about the match.
After the goal, Monaco kept the ball and continued to reach the visitors’ penalty area.
Aurelien Tchouameni took advantage of a poor clearance from Mateo Pavlović to score in the box and quickly put the home side ahead.
The game is underway!
The ball rolls! The Monaco and Amiens teams are already facing each other.
Régis Gurtner, Mamadou Fofana, Tolu Arokodare, Amaud Lusamba, Eddy Gnahoré, Harouna Sy, Mathis Lachuer, Mustapha Sangaré and Gaoussou Traoré.
Vanderson, Guillermo Maripán, Wissam Ben Yedder, Caio Henrique, Alexander Nübel, Djibril Sidibé, Félix Lemaréchal, Eliot Matazo and Sofiane Diop.
Amiens: composition confirmed
Y. Thuram; M. Fofana, M. Pavlovic, F. Mendy, O. Gene, J. Benet, E. Lomotey, M. Xantippe, A. Badji, C. Akolo and K. Bamba.
Monaco: composition confirmed
V. Mannone; R. Aguilar, A. Disasi, C. Matsima, I. Jakobs, A. Thcouaméni, Y. Fofana, J. Lucas, M. Akliouche, G. Martins and K. Volland
Current situation of Monaco and Amiens
What’s next for Amiens?
This weekend, in Ligue 2, they recovered a point at FC Sochaux on a 1-1 draw, Aliou Badji scoring the only goal of the match.
How is Monaco?
Last Saturday in Ligue 1, they used their home advantage to beat Olympique Lyon 2-0, with goals from Jean Lucas Oliveira and Wissam Ben Yedder.
Monaco call-up list
Quarter-finals of the Coupe de France 2021-2022
In just under an hour, AS Monaco and Amiens SC will face off to become the first semi-finalists of the Coupe de France 2021-2022. At the moment, both teams are already at the stadium and will soon warm up.
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Amiens: last composition
Y. Thuram; M. Lachuer, E. Lomotey, F. Mendy, H. Sy, B. Zungu, E. Gnahoré, A. Lusamba, I. Gomis, A. Badji and T. Arokodare.
Monaco: last composition
V. Mannone; C. Henrique, C. Matsima, A. Disasi, R. Aguilar, A. Tchouaméni, J. Lucas, S. Diop, K. Volland, G. Martins and W. Ben Yedder.
How did Amiens gain access?
How has Monaco progressed?
A very red and white shock
Tuesday evening on Monegasque soil, monaco will be looking to take advantage of their home advantage to take the next step and continue their quest for the title, while Amiens will seek to create a surprise.
Form of the competition
French Cup 2021-2022
the French Cup is the most important French football competition, and this is the 105th time that it has taken place. There are around 7,000 teams in competition, belonging to the different divisions of French football. The current champion is PSG; moreover, it should be mentioned that the winner gets a pass for the 2022-2023 UEFA Europa League.