The long-awaited poster will take place. The day after Nantes qualified for the final of the Coupe de France at the expense of Chartres, PSG Handball did the same on their floor by taking the best of Toulouse. A meeting that was one-sided in favor of the new French champion of Liqui Moly StarLigue. From the outset, Yann Genty (9 saves at 27% efficiency) extinguished the Fenix ​​attack, which had to wait until the 7th minute to unlock its counter thanks to Maxime Gilbert (2 goals out of 4 shots). However, in the meantime, the capital club has not dawdled and, despite some interventions by Jef Lettens (9 saves at 21% efficiency), Elohim Prandi (6 goals on 11 shots) and Dainis Kristopans (9 goals on 13 shots) set the tone. After the inaugural 4-0, PSG did not cut their effort to lead by seven lengths after… ten minutes.

PSG on the way to the double

The gap between the two teams then stabilized with a maximum of eight units in the 21st minute thanks to Ferran Solé Sala (4 goals on 5 shots). Former Parisian Edouard Kempf (1 goal from 1 shot) then allowed Toulouse to find their locker room seven lengths from the capital club. The start of the second period saw the two teams surrender blow for blow. 20 minutes from the end of the match, the Fenix ​​were able to get closer to five units thanks to a 3-0 with Pierrick Chelle (2 goals on 3 shots) and Uros Borzas (5 goals on 7 shots on the maneuver. The Parisians then restored intensity to their game, with Luc Steins (2 goals on 3 shots) and Mathieu Grébille (3 goals on 4 shots) giving the Parisians some slack. PSG to win with a seven-point lead (39-32) and qualify for its tenth Coupe de France final against its runner-up in Liqui Moly StarLigue.