Pierrick Valdivia's last-minute spotkick cancelled out Jimmy Briand's early opener before the full-back sealed the visitors' passage to the last eight of the Coupe de France
Jean-Philippe Gbamin's extra-time goal earned Lens a surprise 2-1 win over Lyon in the Coupe de France on Thursday.
The Ligue 2 outfit battled back from Jimmy Briand's opener after just nine minutes to book a last-eight meeting with Monaco, as Pierrick Valdivia's stoppage-time penalty took the game to extra time.
Teenager Gbamin took centre stage after that, rising high to head home a corner and stun the hosts, who last week secured a spot in the Coupe de la Ligue final versus Paris Saint-Germain.
Forward Briand broke the deadlock when he headed in smartly from Miguel Lopes' delivery, apparently underlining Lyon's status as clear favourites for the tie.
Lens looked to the bench for inspiration as coach Antoine Kombouare introduced Deme N'Diaye, scorer of an extra-time winner in the previous round against Bastia, and Adamo Coulibaly.
The changes initially had little impact, but as the game moved into time added on Coulibaly skipped into the box and was brought down by Bakary Kone, allowing Valdivia to coolly level from the spot.
And just four minutes into extra time, Gbamin powerfully headed Benjamin Bourigeaud's corner past Remy Vercoutre to seal a stunning win for Kombouare's men.