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Euro round-up: Jake O'Brien set for Kylian Mbappe showdown in French Cup final

Jake O'Brien looks set to go head-to-head with Kylian Mbappe in the French Cup final on 25 May following Paris Saint-Germain's 1-0 semi-final win over Stade Rennais on Wednesday.

O'Brien, who was in the recent Ireland squad for the double-header against Belgium and Switzerland, helped his Lyon side to a 3-0 semi-final victory over Valenciennes on Tuesday night, and the two sides will meet in the Lille decider next month.

Mbappe's strike propelled PSG to victory tonight, taking the Paris side one step closer to a 15th trophy.

The France superstar opened the scoring five minutes before halftime with his eighth goal of the tournament at the Parc des Princes after latching on to Fabian Ruiz's through ball.

Rennes were desperate for an equaliser in the second half to force a penalty shootout but Martin Terrer's effort was the best they could muster, while goalkeeper Steve Mandanda denied PSG a further advantage.

In Italy, Fiorentina edged a step closer to another Coppa Italia final with a 1-0 home win over Atalanta in the first leg of their semi-final, courtesy of a first-half strike by midfielder Rolando Mandragora.

Fiorentina, who lost last year's final to Inter Milan 2-1, are looking to lift the club's first trophy since they won the cup in 2001.

Mandragora put Vincenzo Italiano's men in front in the 31st minute with a brilliant shot from outside the box, which ricocheted in off the post.

Fiorentina, who have reached the competition's semi-finals in three consecutive seasons for the first time, had the upper hand in the game but only four of their 20 attempts were on target.

They could have doubled their advantage before the hour mark through winger Nicolas Gonzalez, who struck what seemed an unstoppable header, but Atalanta keeper