Angers win seven-goal thriller
Claudiu Keseru's late penalty sent Angers through to the last 32 of the Coupe de France at the expense of ailing Ligue 2 rivals Monaco in a seven-goal thriller at the Stade Jean Bouin.
Monaco, relegated from the top flight last year and now bottom of Ligue 2 with just one win in 18 games, fought back three times to level before Keseru's 89th-minute winner earned Angers a trip to third-tier Quevilly.
Diego Gomez opened the scoring for Angers on 11 minutes and Edgard Salli equalised for Monaco before Gaetan Charbonnier scored the home side's first penalty of the night to put them back in front.
The lead lasted less than a minute before Ludovic Giuly made it 2-2, and Giuly also struck a third equaliser for Monaco just before half-time after Keseru's 35th-minute strike.