Ronald Zubar missed the decisive penalty with Sochaux goalkeeper Teddy Richert making the save after the game had finished 2-2.

Djibril Cisse had scored twice, first in the fourth minute and then in the 98th minute but Sochaux found the courage to equalise twice, first through Moumouni Dagano midway through the second half and then Anthony Le Tallec five minutes before the end of extra-time.

It's Sochaux's second Coupe win in their history after their first in 1937 and denied Marseille their first trophy in 14 years with victorious coach Alain Perrin gaining revenge over the team that once sacked him.

There was an explosive start to the game. The goal arrived following good work down the left by Taye Taiwo and then Samir Nasri, who found space in the box.

The midfielder's flicked cross found Cisse who planted a firm header past Richert.

Sochaux were momentarily shaken and a bad back pass by Jerome Leroy let in Cisse four minutes later.

The striker's effort from the angle was wild and flew wide.

The easterners had their best chance of the half a minute later.

Dagano flicked on a goal-kick to Sebastien Grax who cut inside Zubar and lifted the shot over Cedric Carrasso.

The diminutive forward thought he had scored but the ball rebounded off the bar to safety.

Nasri had a left foot shot saved soon after but the rest of the half was nip and tuck with both defences on top.

Marseille had the slight edge, though, with Mamadou Niang and Franck Ribery finding plenty of room on the flanks.

Sochaux opened the second half strongly, Leroy and Karim Ziani off target with long-range efforts.

Leroy had by now moved into the hole and after finding space in the 52nd minute he volleyed straight at Carrasso from 15 yards.

At the other end, Niang tested Richert with a strong shot after a weaving run while a Ribery volley flew into the arms of the goalkeeper minutes later.

Sochaux were still looking dangerous and the equaliser arrived in the 67th minute.

Grax's crossfield ball found Leroy on the right and his pinpoint centre was headed home by Dagano.

Nasri could have prevented the game from going into extra-time but his 85th-minute attempt cleared Richert's bow.

Cisse thought he had scored the winner in the 98th minute when he headed home a Toifilou Maoulida right-wing cross with aplomb.

But Le Tallec provided Sochaux's second equaliser when he guided in a Ziani centre with expert precision with five minutes left in extra-time to take the game to penalties.

Sochaux's penalty scorers were Ziani, Valter Birsa, Le Tallec, Leroy and Philippe Brunel. Jeremie Brechet missed for the team from Franche-Comte.

For Marseille, Taiwo, Lorik Cana, Cisse and Nasri netted while Maoulida and Zubar missed as the shootout finished 5-4.

Zubar proved the Marseille fall guy, missing the decisive penalty.