Lyon lift French Cup
Lyon managed to see off underdogs US Quevilly in the French Cup final to lift their first trophy in four years.
Lisandro Lopez scored the only goal in a 1-0 win as Quevilly's dream of becoming the first amateurs to win the Cup came to an end. The Championnat National side knocked out Ligue One teams Marseille and Rennes on their way to the Coupe de France final but could not overcome Lyon, who lifted the trophy for the fifth time in their history. OL could have increased their lead further in the match with a number of clear-cut chances, though Régis Brouard's dark horses almost equalised after the hour mark when Hugo Lloris palmed Anthony Laup's effort onto the woodwork. In the end one goal from Lopez was enough to seal the win for Remi Garde's side, who paid their respects to Quevilly when captain Gregory Beaugrard was called to lift the trophy with Lyon skipper Cris.