Guingamp, who have won just two league games all season, join AS Monaco, Strasbourg and Girondins de Bordeaux in the semi-finals. “We came here to win and we know it’s very difficult here,” said Marcus Thuram, the son of 1998 FIFA World Cup winner Lilian Thuram, who scored the winner. “We know that in the Coupe anything can happen... We knew how to hinder PSG.”Neymar broke the deadlock in the 63rd minute after Marcus Thuram missed from the spot, but Guingamp rallied, with Marcus Thuram Thuram’s successful injury-time penalty snatching victory with a shoot-out looming. With the game set for penalties after 90 minutes, Guingamp landed a decisive blow on the counterattack, as Thilo Kehrer fouled Marcus Thuram, and this time the 21-year-old squeezed the ball under the diving Alphonse Areola into the PSG net. Earlier on Wednesday, Monaco goalkeeper Loic Badiashile scored the winning penalty in a marathon shoot-out against Stade Rennais.
Source: Taipei Times January 10, 2019 15:56 UTC