Toulouse, third in Ligue 2, and Boulogne-sur-Mer, 17th in the National, qualified for the knockout stages of the Coupe de France in the first two 16ths on Friday.
Toulouse won 2-0 at Martigues against Aubagne, a National 2 club, and Boulogne won by the same score at Beauvais, another National 2 club.
Toulouse's goals were scored by Kouadio Koné (9th) and Nathan Ngoumou (53rd).
In Beauvais, Oussama Abdeldjelil opened the scoring just before the break (45th + 1) for Boulogne, who was definitely sheltered with a penalty converted by Christian Senneville (78th).
The program continues this weekend and until Monday with the Nice-Monaco derby.
These 16ths mark the meeting of amateur and professional clubs which had until then been separated into two unprecedented ways for this edition upset by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Beauvais (N2) - (+) Boulogne-sur-Mer (N1) 0-2
Aubagne (N2) - (+) Toulouse (L2) 0-2
(2:15 p.m.) Red Star (N1) - Lens
Rumilly-Vallières (N2) - Annecy (N1)
Alès-en-Cévennes (N3) - Montpellier
Saint-Louis Neuweg (N3) - Sedan (N2)
(4.30 p.m.) Valenciennes (L2) - Metz
Le Puy (N2) - Lorient
Saumur (N3) - US Montagnarde (R1)
(6:45 p.m.) Lyon - Sochaux (L2)
(9:10 p.m.) Brest - Paris SG
(1:30 p.m.) Romorantin (N2) - Voltigeurs Châteaubriant (N2)
(6.30 p.m.) Gazélec Ajaccio (N2) - Lille
Angers - Club Franciscain (Martinique)
(9:00 p.m.) Canet (N2) - Marseille
(9 p.m.) Nice - Monaco
NB: clubs preceded by the sign (+) qualify for the round of 16
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