Neymar scores on starting return but Rennes stun PSG to lift cup

Neymar marked his first start since January with a fine Coupe de France final goal, but his PSG side lost out on penalties to Rennes.

Neymar scores on starting return but Rennes stun PSG to lift cup

Neymar marked his first Paris Saint-Germain start since January by scoring a sublime chip in Saturday's Coupe de France final, but suffered disappointment as Rennes stunned the Ligue 1 champions on penalties to deny them a domestic double.

Dinks in sumptuous strike to put PSG two up

PSG were 2-0 up and cruising at the Stade de France after the Brazil forward, who returned from a three-month injury lay-off as a substitute in last Sunday's league win over Monaco, collected Ángel di María's 21st-minute through ball and lifted a delicate effort over goalkeeper Tomás Koubek.

Neymar celebrates with Alves during the Coupe de France final on Saturday.

Supplied pass for Alves' opener earlier in first half

Earlier, the 27-year-old had provided the pass from which compatriot Dani Alves volleyed in a sensational opener for the Parisians.

Rennes peg PSG back before winning shoot-out

However, a Presnel Kimpembe own goal shortly before the break was followed by a second-half Mexer strike as Rennes hit back to level the final - and when the teams could not be separated after extra time, Christopher Nkunku's penalty miss gave the underdogs a 6-5 shoot-out victory

Rennes last lifted the Coupe de France way back in 1971