By Nathan Salt For Mailonline
Published: 19:21 GMT, 12 February 2020 | Updated: 19:27 GMT, 12 February 2020
Paris Saint-Germain took a step closer to exacting revenge on French Cup holders Rennes after brushing struggling Dijon aside with ease to reach the semi-finals.
Thomas Tuchel's side were stunned by Rennes on penalties in last year's final and are keen to set the record straight in 2019-20.
Kylian Mbappe, Thiago Silva and Pablo Sarabia, who finished with a brace, got the decisive goals in a 6-1 win after Dijon winger Mounir Chouiar had earlier cancelled out a first-minute own-goal from team-mate Wesley Lautoa.
Kylian Mbappe played a starring role as PSG reached the semi-finals of the French Cup
Thiago Silva (left) celebrated his goal early in the second half as hosts Dijon were blown away
Pablo Sarabia added gloss to the victory with a fourth goal soon after Silva's headed finish
Thomas Tuchel's side showed class as they took a step closer to avenging last year's final loss
Rennes beat ASM Belfort on Tuesday night to reach the last four and the 2019 finalists are on course to meet once again.
The Ligue 1 champions were gifted a perfect start to the cup tie when Dijon defender Lautoa got his positioning all wrong for a left-sided cross from Mitchel Bakker.
Bakker, a 19-year-old Dutch full-back, fizzed in a cross from wide on the left and Lautoa could only divert it into the bottom left corner 49 seconds into the game to put PSG 1-0 up.
And while Dijon are struggling domestically, sat 17th in Ligue 1 and 36 points behind leaders PSG, they began with a confidence befitting of a superior side and soon took the game to their A-list visitors.
PSG were ahead in the first minute when Mitchel Bakker (right) saw his cross deflected in
Dijon responded impressively and scored and equalising goal courtesy of Mouni Chouiar
The entire Dijon team came together to celebrate the goal as PSG were momentarily