Dimitri Payet has scored a shocking aim whereas Dario Benedetto netted twice as Marseille got here from behind to beat Monaco 4-Three within the French Ligue 1.
The guests had been trailing 2-Zero at Stade Louis II to Wissam Ben Yedder’s double with 38 minutes gone however Benedetto matched his feat both aspect of Valere Germain’s equaliser and Payet’s strike, leaving Keita Balde Diao’s effort to rely for little.
Ben Yedder opened his account from the penalty spot with 17 minutes gone after Boubacar Kamara had dealt with the ball within the field.
And the Monaco ahead doubled his tally from shut vary simply 9 minutes later when he rounded off a pacy break.
Nonetheless Monaco, who had scored twice earlier than the break of their final two video games and drawn 2-2, noticed their lead evaporate inside three minutes.
Benedetto diminished the deficit with seven minutes of the primary half remaining earlier than Germain headed the guests stage from a 41st-minute nook.
There was worse to come back for winless Monaco when Payet curled an outstanding long-range effort into the underside nook 16 minutes after the restart earlier than Benedetto collected his second of the night time 5 minutes later.
Substitute Keita gave the house aspect hope with 15 minutes remaining and it took a nice save from Steve Mandanda to disclaim Islam Slimani an equaliser.
Kalifa Coulibaly saved Nantes inside two factors of leaders Paris Saint-Germain with a second-half winner within the 1-Zero defeat of Reims.
Either side had possibilities nevertheless it was striker Coulibaly who received the decisive aim on 69 minutes to safe a 3rd successive league win for his aspect.
Romain Hamouma struck both aspect of half-time as Saint-Etienne fought again to grab a 2-2 draw with Toulouse on the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard.
The guests took the lead with simply 15 minutes gone when – after frontman Aaron Iseka had been fouled by Timothee Kolodziejczak contained in the field – Max Gradel transformed the ensuing penalty.
They had been two forward inside 9 minutes courtesy of Iseka’s strike.
Hamouma made it 2-1 from distance on the stroke of halftime after which levelled from Denis Bouanga’s cross 11 minutes after the restart.
The hosts thought they’d received it deep into stoppage time, just for an personal aim by Toulouse fullback Issiaga Sylla to be chalked off after a VAR evaluation.