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Lyon start French Cup campaign with 4-0 rout

PARIS, Jan 8 (Reuters) - Olympique Lyon started a campaign for the first league and Cup double in their history with a 4-0 win at second division Grenoble in the French Cup first round on Sunday.

The runaway Ligue 1 leaders, who are chasing a record fifth successive league crown, lifted the Cup for the third and last time in 1973.

Two goals from gifted teenage striker Karim Benzema gave Lyon a 2-0 halftime lead. Mali midfielder Mahamadou Diarra and forward Hatem Ben Arfa completed the rout after the break.

'We made it look easy by taking the match very seriously and playing extremely well,' said Lyon coach Gerard Houllier.

Holders Auxerre survived the first round with a 1-0 victory at fourth division amateurs Noisy-le-Sec earlier on Sunday.

A first-half free kick from Denmark midfielder Thomas Kahlenberg was one of the few highlights in a dull game but was enough to take the team from Burgundy into the second round.

Auxerre lifted the trophy for the fourth time by beating second division Sedan in last season's final.

Six Ligue 1 clubs bowed out on Saturday, three to teams from lower divisions.

Toulouse lost 2-1 at fourth division amateur side Lyon-La-Duchere, Nice went down 3-0 at second division Brest and Troyes were beaten 3-2 after extra time by fourth division Calais, who were French Cup finalists in 2000.

Racing Strasbourg, Lille and Lens won Saturday's three all-Ligue 1 ties, beating Nancy, St Etienne and Le Mans respectively.