Monaco 2 – Lyon 1 (Coupe De France, January 24, 2010) Jean Alain Boumsong fired Les Gones in front on the stroke of half-time but a penalty from Nene five minutes after the restart levelled matters. Park Chu-Young then popped up in the 78th minute to smash home Monaco’s second and earn them a clash against Bordeaux in the next round.
PSG 3 – Evian-Thonon 1 (Coupe De France, January 24, 2010) Turkish international striker Mevlut Erding headed the hosts into a 16th-minute lead at the Parc des Princes and doubled PSG’s advantage with another header on the hour mark. Kevin Berigaud hauled the underdogs back into contention seven minutes later when he converted a half-volley but Guillaume Hoarau put the game beyond the visitors when he scored in the fourth minute of injury time.
St. Etienne 4 – Lorient 1 (Coupe De France, January 24, 2010) St. Etienne reached the break with a three goal lead after goals from forwards Emmanuel Riviere, Boubacar Sanogo and Dimitri Payet. Payet found the back of the net again in the second half before Lorient midfielder Gabriel Penalba made it 4-1 from the spot.
Bordeaux 5 – Ajaccio 1 (Coupe De France, January 23, 2010) Bordeaux dispatched second division Ajaccio in a last 32 match with a hat-trick from Argentine striker Fernando Cavenaghi.
Quevilly 1 – Angers 0 (Coupe De France, January 23, 2010) Amateur side Quevilly produced an upset with a 1-0 win over Ligue 2 Angers thanks to Abdel Ouahbi’s 71st-minute goal.