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Marseille

Ligue 1 title race the closest in Europe as Lyon, PSG, Marseille keep stumbling

Lyon head coach Hubert Fournier believes that his title-chasing side missed a big opportunity to put distance between themselves and second-placed PSG as they fell 2-1 to Lille in Ligue 1.

"After you." "No, you first." "No, you go, really." "No, no, please, I insist."

For the past three weeks, Ligue 1 has become the most courteous league in Europe. Three teams are just waltzing around the top of the table with nobody seeming to want to grab it and win it. The table is neatly poised: Lyon (54 points), Paris Saint-Germain (53 points) and Marseille (50 points) just keep offering lifelines and gifting each other the opportunity to hang around.

With just four points between the top...

Caen rally from two down in last 30 minutes to beat Marseille 3-2

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Nicolas Benezet completed Caen's comeback with a winner three minutes from time.

Caen produced a brilliant late comeback from two goals down to stun Marseille 3-2 at the Stade Velodrome in Ligue 1 on Friday evening.

Andre Ayew put OM ahead on the stroke of half-time -- after Michy Batshuayi had seen an early penalty saved -- and substitute Andre-Pierre Gignac looked to have made the result safe when he doubled their advantage in the 63rd minute.

But two goals in four minutes from Nicolas Seube and Emiliano Sala swiftly got the visitors back on level terms and substitute Nicolas...

 By PA Sport

Erdinc's injury-time goal hands slumping Marseille third straight draw

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Marseille conceded a last-minute equaliser at St. Etienne as their Ligue 1 title hopes were hit by a third straight draw.

Mevlut Erdinc's injury-time goal earned the hosts a 2-2 draw and denied Marseille the chance to move level on points with second-placed Paris St Germain, keeping them four points behind leaders Lyon.

A quick-fire second-half brace from substitute Michy Batshuayi, who scored one minute and four minutes after coming on, had turned the game in the visitors' favour following Max...