Coupe De France: Jeema at the double as Lens knock out Marseille; Bordeaux’s triple dreams are ended by Monaco

Lens 3 – Marseille 1 (Coupe De France, February 9, 2010) Forward Issam Jemaa slammed a left-footed shot into the net to give Lens a 20th minute lead over Marseille. Issam Jemaa doubled Lens’ advantage minutes before the break when the striker cracked a 30-yarder into the near post over the snow covered grass. Toifilou Maoulida netted Lens’ third before Cheyrou claimed a consolation for OM.

Bordeaux 0 – Monaco 2 (Coupe De France, February 9, 2010) Former Liverpool defender Djimi Traore, now playing at Monaco, was in the right place at the right time to score a rebound from a free-kick as the Principality moved ahead at Bordeaux. Ouwo Moussa Maazou doubled Monaco’s lead to put an end to Bordeaux’s dream of winning the triple.

Beauvais 1 – Sochaux 4 (Coupe De France, February 9, 2010) Marvin Martin put the visitors in the driving seat with two goals in the first half hour. Romain Canales gave the Beauvais hope by converting a 43rd minute penalty but Nicolas Maurice-Belay lashed home another spot-kick for Sochaux 10 minutes into the second half before Yassine Mikari sealed matters seven minutes from time.

Vesoul 0 – PSG 1 (Coupe De France, February 9, 2010) Paris St Germain beat amateurs Vesoul 1-0 thanks to a first-half Ludovic Giuly goal. Both teams were reduced to 10 men after PSG’s Stephane Sessegnon and Vesoul’s Cedric Paul were handed straight red cards 20 minutes from time.