Lille are to appeal against Uefa’s decision to allow Manchester United’s goal to stand in last week’s eventful Champions League clash.
The French club complained about Ryan Giggs’s quickly taken free-kick but it was turned down by Uefa.
The European governing body will consider their appeal on Friday.
Uefa has also charged Lille with the improper behaviour of their players, who appeared to contemplate leaving the pitch in protest at United’s goal.
A Uefa statement said: “Lille had until midnight (on Monday) to file an appeal after the Control and Disciplinary Body rejected the Ligue 1 side’s claim that there had been a technical mistake by the referee in allowing Ryan Giggs’s match-winning free-kick to be taken without having blown his whistle.
“The Control and Disciplinary Body vetoed the protest on the grounds that there was no proof of a technical error, making the solitary strike of last Tuesday’s first knockout round first-leg tie in Lens perfectly valid.
“Uefa’s Appeals Body will consider the Lille appeal on Friday.”
A statement released on Lille’s website said: “President Michel Seydoux and the board of Lille have decided to appeal against the decision made on Friday by the European authority.
“The true question is to determine how the Man Utd players came to take so quickly the free-kick that led to the goal, as they showed signs of a different intention.
“Following these principles, Lille have therefore taken the decision to go through with a fight that seems correct to them.”