OL bring PSG down... Caen win at St-Etienne... Toulouse FC go down... Marseille have their match at Ajaccio postponed
OL put and end to PSG's long run of invincibility with an outstanding performance. They took third place back by going ahead of Caen on goal difference. Nantes and Monaco didn't produce a result. Sporting Bastia overcame Nice as did FC Lorient at ESTAC Troyes. Stade de Reims beat Bordeaux to give themselves some breathing space, but it wasn't the same for Toulouse, who were stunned in added time by Stade Rennais who stayed in the running for a European place. The match between Ajaccio and Marseille was postponed.
THE WEEK IN NUMBERS
24 goals scored with 5 at Reims. 2 direct free kicks (Sporting Bastia and Saint-Etienne). 4 headed goals with 2 for Montpellier. 2 penalties, both in the same match between Guingamp and Angers.
AFTER 28 WEEKS
With PSG having lost, they were no longer undefeated. PSG still has the best defence, the highest scorer and player with the most passes.
679 goals scored including 207 from set pieces and 118 headers.
3 goals from direct free kicks for Guingamp.
6 penalties converted by FC Lorient.
13 headed goals from AS Monaco.
Nice 0 Sporting Bastia 2
OL 2 PSG 1
Saint-Etienne 1 Caen 2
Toulouse 1 Stade Rennais 2
Montplellier 3 Lille 0
Stade de Reims 4 Girondins 1
Guingamp 2 Lille 2
Troyes 0 FC Lorient 1
FC Nantes 0 AS Monaco 0
Gazelec – OM (postponed).