Ancelotti suffers first defeat as PSG boss

PSG beaten in Cup

Marseille forced to play in front of two empty stands

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Olympique de Marseille were forced to play their Ligue 1 match against with their two main stands shut. (Photo by Romain Perrocheau/Getty Images)

PSG, unbeaten since Ancelotti took over from Antoine Kombouare in December, took the lead through a Nene penalty but Lyon struck back before the break with goals by Kim Kallstrom and Lisandro Lopez before wrapping it up with a Bafetimbi Gomis penalty in stoppage time.

They were joined in the semi-finals by GFCO Ajaccio after the third division side knocked out Montpellier 1-0 at home, and Rennes, who claimed a 3-1 win at 10-man Valenciennes earlier on Wednesday.

Third division side Quevilly also reached the last four by beating Olympique Marseille 3-2 after extra time on Tuesday.

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