Le Championnat Round-Up
By Paul Higham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Djibril Cisse may be heading for Liverpool in the summer but he still has his mind focussed on his current club and he banged in a brace in the rout.
Kanga Akale also grabbed a double for the Burgundy side and Teemu Tainio grabbed the other goal as Guy Roux's men won in impressive fashion at Abbe-Deschamps.
Second-placed Lyon closed the gap on leaders Monaco to four points as they secured a 1-0 away win at Toulouse courtesy of Vikash Dhorasoo's strike on the hour.
Sochaux stay in fourth after they recorded a 2-1 win over Marseille thanks to Pierre Alain Frau's 69th minute penalty.
Didier Drogba had previously give l'OM the lead after just six minutes, but that goal was cancelled out by Jeremy Mathieu and the hosts grabbed the winner seven minutes after Mathieu Flamini had been sent off for Marseille.
Nantes kept up their chase for a European place with a 1-0 win at Le Mans thanks to Romanian striker Viorel Moldovan.
Tottenham's on loan midfielder Milenko Acimovic proved to be the match-winner for Lille as his strike gave them a 1-0 win away at Metz.
Montpellier were the only side in the bottom five to avoid defeat as they earned a 1-1 draw at home to Bastia despite taking the lead through Habib Bamogo on 20 minutes.
Benoit Cauet grabbed a goal back for the Corsicans just after the hour mark and that was enough to give them a share of the spoils.
Bottom side Guingamp show no signs of recovering as they slumped to a 2-0 reverse at home against Rennes thanks to goals from Dominique Arribage and Cedric Barbosa.
Ajaacio took the lead after just seven minutes of their home clash with Nice with a goal from Fredric Danjou, but Georges Ba grabbed a leveller 16 minutes before time.
Lens came from a goal behind to win at home to Strasbourg - who took the lead through Eric Mouloungui just before the hour.
Two goals in three minutes sealed the points for Lens as both Martin Ekani and Dagui Bakari hit the target for the hosts.