Le Championnat Round-up
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
PSG knew they needed to keep pace with leaders Monaco, who defeated Lyon on Firday evening, and they did so by taking all thee points.
The only goal of the game came after 13 minutes and from the unfortunate Tavlaridis (pictured).
The Arsenal man, who has only just joined Lille on loan for the rest of the season, made a nightmare start to his Le Championnat career.
He managed to get in the way of Reinaldo's goalbound effort, but he could only deflect it past his own keeper Gregory Wimbee.
Sochaux were held to a goalless draw at home to Nice, which allowed Auxerre to move into fourth after their win over Marseille at The Stade Abbe Deschamps.
Finnish international Teemu Tainio set Auxerre on their way after just three minutes and they sealed soon after when Bonaventure Kalou struck.
Bordeaux moved into the top half of the table with a 2-1 win at Montpellier.
Maromane Chamakh (9) and Rio Mavuba (52) put Girondins 2-0 up, before Carlos Pataca gave the home side hope just before the hour - but Bordeaux held on for maximum points.
Lens and Nantes both missed the chance to close in on the Uefa Cup places, after they played out a 0-0 draw at the Felix Bollaert.
Relegation threatened Guingamp beat Strasbourg 3-2 with Moumouni Dagango grabbing a great hat-trick.
Dagano grabbed a four minute brace (30 & 34), before Ulrich Le Pen pulled one back for the home side (38).
Mamadou Niang then levelled on the stroke of half time, before Dagano grabbed victory just after the hour.
Guingamp remain in the relegation zone, after Metz claimed a 1-0 success over Bastia.
Pape Thiaw grabbed the only goal of the game after 64 minutes. The away side were also reduced to ten men for the last quarter of an hour after Demetrius Ferreira was dismissed.
Ajaccio needed to win to avoid being drawn deeper into relegation trouble and they did with a 2-0 success over Le Mans - who are now second from bottom.
Gregory Lacombe grabbed both goals either side of half time.
Bottom of the table Toulouse bolstered their survival hopes with a 2-0 win over Rennes.
Cedric Faure put the home side ahead after just five minutes and their hopes were further boosted when Etienne Didot was dismissed for Rennes.
Nicolas Dieuze made sure of the points when he scored from the spot with just eight minutes remaining.
Click below for match summaries:
Ajaccio 2-0 Le Mans
Auxerre 2-0 Marseille
Guingamp 3-2 Strasbourg
Lens 0-0 Nantes
Metz 1-0 Bastia
Montpellier 1-2 Bordeaux
Paris Saint Germain 1-0 Lille
Sochaux 0-0 Nice
Toulouse 2-0 Rennes