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Monaco's Lacina Traore nets four and sees red in 10-2 Cup win

Lacina Traore
Lacina Traore is an Ivory Coast international

Lacina Traore scored four first-half goals before being sent off as Monaco beat amateurs St Jean Beaulieu 10-2 in the round of 64 of the French Cup.

The 6ft 8in ex-Everton striker, 25, was shown red at the break following an altercation with Yann Mariotti, who was also dismissed.

Andrea Raggi, Fabinho (two penalties), Helder Costa, Fares Bahlouli, and Mario Pasalic scored the other Monaco goals.

Arthur Leblanc and Faycal Sahour (penalty) netted for the away side.

Ivory Coast international Traore joined Everton on loan in January 2014 and made two appearances for the club that season, scoring on his debut against Swansea before suffering a leg injury.

Line-ups

Monaco

  • 1Nardi
  • 5Toulalan
  • 2Fabinho
  • 4Raggi
  • 8João MoutinhoSubstituted forPasalicat 66'minutes
  • 7BahlouliSubstituted forDirarat 74'minutes
  • 11Hélder Costa
  • 3Lemar
  • 6CarvalhoSubstituted forBakayokoat 58'minutes
  • 9TraoréBooked at 45mins
  • 10Bernardo Silva

Substitutes

  • 12Boschilia
  • 13Mbappe-Lottin
  • 14Bakayoko
  • 15Pasalic
  • 16Dirar
  • 17Cavaleiro
  • 18Sy

JS St Jean Beaulieu

  • 1Blois
  • 6Piselli
  • 3Mansilha
  • 5Leblanc
  • 2PereiraBooked at 70mins
  • 7Ferreri
  • 11GignoliSubstituted forCastelliat 46'minutes
  • 8Giraud
  • 4MariottiBooked at 45mins
  • 9TahtouhBooked at 51mins
  • 10MeddourSubstituted forSahourat 68'minutes

Substitutes

  • 12Audel
  • 13Castelli
  • 14Sahour
  • 15Fernandes
  • 16Floridi
  • 17Silvestri
  • 18Quiez
Referee:
Nicolas Rainville

Scores, Results & Fixtures

Sunday 3rd January 2016

  • WasquehalWasquehal0PSGParis Saint Germain1
  • MonacoMonaco10JS St Jean BeaulieuJS St Jean Beaulieu2
  • Epernay RCEpernay RC0MontpellierMontpellier1
  • Fréjus Saint-RaphaelFréjus Saint-Raphael2BordeauxBordeaux3
  • LimogesLimoges0LyonLyon7
  • LorientLorient3ToursTours2
  • Raon-l'EtapeRaon-l'Etape1Saint-ÉtienneSaint-Étienne1
    Saint-Étienne win 4-3 on penalties
  • FCD AnnecyFCD Annecy1Evian Thonon GaillardEvian Thonon Gaillard4
  • MuretMuret0TrélissacTrélissac2
  • Sarreguemines FCSarreguemines FC1ValenciennesValenciennes0
  • Volvic C.SVolvic C.S0AjaccioAjaccio1
  • MulhouseMulhouse1Bourg-en-BresseBourg-en-Bresse3

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