Monaco lost in the Cup Final: Paris Saint-Germain shattered Voland and Kovac's dream

Monaco lost in the final of the Cup
Paris Saint-Germain destroys Voland and Kovac’s dream

The new cup winner is the old one: PSG successfully defended its title against coach Niko Kovac and Monaco. The star Neymar has no role, he is absent due to suspension.

Returning national team player Kevin Volland and former Bayern Munich coach Niko Kovac missed out on winning the French Football Cup with Monaco. Monaco lost in the final on Wednesday to defending champions Paris Saint-Germain 0: 2 (0: 1). For Paris Saint-Germain, where Schalke Thielo Kahrer was in the starting line-up, this was their sixth Cup win in the past seven years.

Kovac, who beat Paris Saint-Germain twice in the tournament, lost the final in the empty Stade de France to President Emmanuel Macron after their fatal mistake. Axel Desassi was the last man to lose the ball to world champion Kylian Mbappe, who played unselfishly with Mauro Icardi (19). In the final minutes, Mbappe made the victory perfect (81st). Brazilian star Neymar missed due to suspension.

Voland, who last broke into Germany in November 2016, was surprisingly called up to EM on Wednesday by Joachim Low. The striker had spent a strong year in Monaco with 16 league goals so far. “I’m very disappointed, losing the final is always a bad feeling,” Volland said at the post-match press conference. The team had to “raise their heads right up because we have an important game on Sunday (in the league, liberated)”.

Paris Saint-Germain was excused from the untitled season due to the success. In the Champions League, coach Mauricio Pochettino’s side failed in Manchester City in the semi-finals. In the league, the All-Stars team occupies second place before the last round.

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