PSG thwarted in French Cup by surplus keeper Bulka

PSG were eliminated from the French Cup on Monday as Nice goalkeeper Marcin Bulka 

SAVED TWO PENALTIES TO PUT HIS NEW TEAM INTO THE LAST EIGHT. NICE, LIGUE 1'S SECOND TEAM, WON 6-5 ON 

PENALTIES AFTER A 0-0 DRAW. THAT SET UP A QUARTER-FINAL AGAINST THIRD-PLACED MARSEILLE. 

"ABSURD," BULKA SAID. THE LAST-EIGHT DRAW, MADE BEFORE MONDAY'S GAME, ALSO PAIRED BERGERAC AND 

VERSAILLES. MONACO WILL HOST AMIENS, WHILE NANTES WILL HOST BASTIA. BOTH TEAMS STRUGGLED TO 

CREATE CLEAR CHANCES AT THE PARC DES PRINCES, THOUGH KYLIAN MBAPPE HIT THE POST IN ADDED TIME. 

"WE BEAT NICE," MAURICIO POCHETTINO SAID. "WE DESERVED BETTER, TO WIN. BUT NOT ENOUGH TO WIN. WE COULD'VE BEEN FASTER."

PENALTY KICKS ARE A GAMBLE, » HE SAID. AFTER GIANLUIGI DONNARUMMA LEFT PSG LAST SUMMER, BULKA TOOK 

THE FINAL SHOT. THE POLE SAVED LEANDRO PAREDES' THIRD PSG PENALTY, BUT ANDY DELORT WAS PARRIED BY DONNARUMMA.