Ligue 1 round-up
By Paul Higham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Nice stunned Monaco by coming from 3-0 down to win 4-3 on Saturday.Nice stunned neighbours Monaco by coming from 3-0 down to win their South Coast derby 4-3 on Saturday.
Didier Deschamps' French league leaders looked to be cruising to victory and extended their lead at the top when moving 3-0 ahead at Stade Louis II.
Javier Saviola scored after five minutes before Emmanuel Adebayor scored twice on 21 and 60 minutes to put them in total control.
However, the visitors refused to lie down, and African marksman Victor Agali then banged in an incredible hat-trick in just eight minutes to remarkably draw the sides level.
Nice were not done yet though and with Monaco still reeling from Agali's treble, Maram Vahirua popped up seven minutes from time to grab the winner in an amazing 4-3 win.
Paris Saint Germain grabbed their second win of the season with a 2-1 win in Corsica against Bastia.
Yousouf Hadjo gave the home side the lead after 17 minutes but Fabrice Pancrate and Reinaldo struck two goals in two minutes to hand PSG the points.
Sebastian Mazure gave Caen the lead at home to Bordeaux - who then had Marouane Chamakh sent off just before the hour mark.
Despite being down to ten men Bordeaux grabbed a point as Camel Meriem struck minutes after Chamakh was sent off.
Both sides had a man sent off as Strasbourg played host to Nantes, with Pascal Camadini's seeing red on 80 minutes and Gilles Yapi Yapo dismissed for nantes four minutes later.
Les Canaris had earlier taken the lead through Mamadou Bagayoko and Jeremy Toulalan secured the win in the final minute of the match.
Alou Diarra scored for Lens after just a minute, but Waldir Lucas Pereira earned a point for Ajaccio after 17 minutes.
Marseille picked up their second successive win with a comfortable 2-0 success at new boys Istres.
Striker Habib Bamogo broke the deadlock on 16 minutes for Marseille with his second goal of the season.
Sylvain N`Diaye doubled the lead for Marseille three minutes after the restart to leave Istres with an uphill battle.
Istres threw everything into attack in a desperate bid to get back into the game, but they could not find a way past a resilent Marseille defence.
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