There were doubts over whether this match would be abandoned due to the bad weather, but it eventually did go ahead despite a sodden pitch and unrelenting rain. The two sides stuck to each other like glue during regulation time, with neither able to muster a goal. In the first few seconds of extra time, Carrasco won a penalty but saw his effort beaten out by Lopes. The Belgian winger made up for his miss a few minutes later, raiding down the left before smashing a hard and low strike past the Lyon 'keeper. AS Monaco looked set to qualify for the next round, but OL forced their way back into the game through Lacazette, set up superbly by Gourcuff. So the tie went to a penalty shoot-out. Jéréy Toulalan stepped up to take the first, only for Lopes to pull off another crucial stop. But the hero of the night was AS Monaco's reserve goalkeeper, Maarten Stekelenburg. After Koné sent his penalty over the top, the Dutch 2010 World Cup finalist saved Ferri's effort to send his side through to the last 16.