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FRENCH LIGUE 1

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 PSG 16 1 3 49
2 Marseille 12 5 3 41
3 Rennes 11 3 6 36
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Strootman strikes late as Marseille keep pace with PSG

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Olympique de Marseille kept up a slim chance of challenging Paris Saint-Germain for the Ligue 1 title when second-half substitute Kevin Strootman's late goal earned them a 1-0 win at Rennes on Friday.

Dutch midfielder Strootman struck with six minutes left to put OM on 41 points from 20 games, four behind leaders PSG who have two games in hand and will host Monaco on Sunday.

Rennes stayed third on 33 points from 19 matches.

In a dull first half, Marseille had the best chance when Alvaro Gonzalez's...

Marseille urged to hand minnows cash in Coupe de France stadium row

Marseille argued they provided the majority of fans in attendance.

French minnows Trelissac have urged Marseille to donate their slice of Sunday's Coupe de France round of 64 ticket money towards amateur football in their home region of the Dordogne after OM kept their part of the sales once the clash was moved to a bigger stadium to maximise revenue.

Marseille, second in Ligue 1, edged past the fourth-tier side on penalties 4-2 after a 1-1 draw over 120 minutes -- 30 of which were played with 10 men after Hiroki Sakai was sent off for a second bookable offence.

However,...

Super sub Radonjic salvages a point for Marseille

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Marseille celebrate their equaliser on Saturday.

Olympique de Marseille substitute Nemanja Radonjic struck again to salvage a 1-1 Ligue 1 draw at Metz on Saturday but even his late intervention failed to prevent the end of his side's six-game winning streak.

Serbian midfielder Radonjic scored his fourth goal in five games -- all after coming off the bench -- to cancel out Opa Nguette's opener.

OM Substitute keeper Yohann Pele, who replaced the injured Steve Mandanda in the first half, saved a penalty after the break to maintain his team's hopes...

Marseille beat Bordeaux to extend winning streak

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Marseille beat Bordeaux 3-1 at home on Sunday to claim their sixth consecutive victory in Ligue 1 and consolidate second place in the table.

Marseille prevailed thanks to second-half goals by Jordan Amavi, Morgan Sanson and Nemanja Radonjic after Bordeaux had gone ahead courtesy of a thunderous effort from Yacine Adli.

Marseille have 34 points from 17 games and trail leaders Paris Saint-Germain, who beat Montpellier 3-1 on Saturday and have one game in hand, by five points.

Lille are third on 28...

Solid Marseille beat Angers to close gap to PSG

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Olympique de Marseille's Dimitri Payet converted a penalty and set up another goal in a 2-0 win at Angers that took them within two points of Ligue 1 leaders Paris St Germain on Tuesday.

Morgan Sanson's strike and Payet's spot kick put second-placed OM on 31 points from 16 games, with PSG having two games in hand.

Angers, who suffered a second straight defeat, slipped to fifth on 24 points.

"We surrendered the ball to them and waited for them to make mistakes. It worked," said Marseille coach Andre...