Ligue 1 round-up: Paris Saint-Germain's perfect home record ended with draw
Last Updated: 29/04/18 10:39pm
Two late goals from Edinson Cavani spared Paris Saint-Germain from defeat on Sunday night but the Ligue 1 champions lost their perfect home record with a 2-2 draw against Guingamp.
In the club's first match since it was announced that Unai Emery would be leaving his position as PSG manager at the end of the season, the visitors stunned the Parc des Princes by taking a two-goal lead.
Ludovic Blas deservedly put Guingamp in front late in the first half with a superb 20-yard strike and Jimmy Briand struck a second goal after 68 minutes.
PSG, who before tonight had won all 17 home games in Ligue 1, got back into the match in controversial fashion with a quarter of an hour left when Briand scythed down Giovani Lo Celso.
The challenge was clearly made outside the area but the referee pointed to the penalty spot and Cavani confidently tucked away the spot-kick.
The Uruguay striker then headed home the equaliser after 82 minutes from substitute Thomas Meunier's cross.
Emery's side pushed for a winning goal but could not make a breakthrough, with Nicolas Benezet actually going closest for the visitors with a curling effort in injury time.
Earlier in the day, Rennes returned to winning ways with a 2-1 home victory against Toulouse.
Joris Gnagnon's own goal gave the visitors an early lead but James Lea Siliki equalised as half-time approached. Benjamin Bourigeaud scored his third goal in four matches at the start of the second half to complete the turnaround.
Lea Siliki's 70th-minute red card made the closing stages trickier than they needed to be for Rennes, but Toulouse were unable to capitalise and Sabri Lamouchi's side won for the first time in five matches.
Toulouse have now won only one of their last 11 Ligue 1 games and remain only two points above the relegation zone.
Marseille missed the chance to go third in the table after they were held to a 1-1 draw away to Angers.
The Europa League semi-finalists looked on course for a third-straight league win when Florian Thauvin put them in front from the penalty spot after just three minutes, but Ismael Traore headed the equalising goal with 11 minutes remaining to claim a point.