PARIS - A last-gap goal by substitute Badara Sene earned Ligue 2 side Guingamp, down to 10 men, a 2-1 win at Toulouse and a place in the French Cup final on Wednesday. They will meet Stade Rennes in the Stade de France showdown on May 9 after the Brittany side saw off Grenoble 1-0 on Tuesday. Sene, who came off the bench in the 89th minute, netted the winner one minute later when a Wilson Oruma free kick took a deflection off his stomach to beat Toulouse keeper Cedric Carasso. The visitors were reduced to 10 men after midfielder Richard Soumah picked up a second yellow card seven minutes into the second half. They had opened the scoring through Brazilian striker Eduardo, who headed home from an Oruma left-wing cross on 29 minutes. Toulouse, still on course to clinch a Champions League spot, levelled with 16 minutes remaining courtesy of an Andre-Pierre Gignac goal. The Ligue 1 top scorer collected a through pass from midfielder Etienne Didot before slotting the ball past Guingamp keeper Guillaume Gauclin.
22 April 2009
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