France's Julien Quesne has taken the lead after round two of the European Masters.
Quesne followed up his first-round 68 to record seven birdies and an eagle on the way to a second round of 65 to lead the tournament on nine-under-par.
England's Danny Willett is one shot behind Quesne after he posted a second successive round of 67.
Scotland's Paul Lawrie, who won last week's Johnnie Walker Championship, lies a shot further adrift after recording a 66 for his second round.
2011 champion Thomas Bjorn failed to make the cut after he posted rounds of 74 and 72 respectively to leave himself on four-over-par.