Caen scored a stoppage-time VAR-awarded penalty to beat visiting Toulouse 2-1 and secure a vital three points in their bid to break free from the Ligue 1 relegation battle on Tuesday.
Faycal Fajr coolly slotted home Caen's winning penalty in the ninth minute of added time after the referee gave the spot kick with the help of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR).
Saif-Eddine Khaoui had put the home side ahead after 18 minutes but Toulouse captain Max Gradel equalised with a penalty a minute before halftime.
It was a long time coming but Monaco are finally up and running under Thierry Henry, courtesy of Radamel Falcao's winner at Caen on Saturday.
Monaco, champions in 2017, had drawn two and lost four of Henry's first six games in charge but Falcao's 54th minute opener was enough to see off fellow strugglers Caen.
The 1-0 victory cut the gap on Caen to two points following Henry's first win in seven matches as boss but it was not enough to lift Monaco out of the Ligue 1 relegation zone.
Paris Saint-Germain began their Ligue 1 title defence in style with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Caen on Sunday, with goals from Neymar, Adrien Rabiot and Timothy Weah.
Brazil international Neymar, making his first appearance in Paris since suffering a season-ending foot injury in February, struck in the 10th minute after midfielder Christopher Nkunku ran on to a stray pass from Caen goalkeeper Brice Samba and released the forward.
Adrien Rabiot then tapped the ball into the net in the 35th minute...