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The leader Paris Saint-Germain defeated Olympique de Marseille 2-1 this Sunday at the Parc des Princes and took a giant step towards the title: at the end of the 32nd round of Ligue 1 they have 15 points more than Marseille (2nd), with 18 points to play.

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The Brazilian Neymar, with an acrobatic volley shot from the Italian Marco Verratti, opened the scoring for the Parisians (12′). Croatian Duje Caleta-Car took advantage of an indecision by Marquinhos and goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma in a corner to make it 1-1 (31′), before Kylian Mbappé converted a penalty caused by Neymar just before the break (45+5′ ).

Mauricio Pochettino’s team could be crowned league champions again on Wednesday if they get a better result against Angers than Marseille against Nantes.

But before the French ‘Clásico’, six other games were played this Sunday in Ligue 1, resulting in four draws and two local victories, the most striking being the 6-1 that Lyon (8th) endorsed another historic player like the Bordeaux (19th).

A hat-trick from Moussa Dembélé, a goal from Cameroonian Karl Toko Ekambi, another from Romain Faivre and another from Brazilian Lucas Paquetá served to make Lyon forget their recent elimination from the Europa League in the quarterfinals against West Ham.

In the fight for the places that entitle them to play European competition next year, Nice defeated Lorient 2-1 (16th) and rose to fourth place, synonymous with a ticket to the Europa League.

A penalty goal in the 54th minute and another header in the 88th minute, both from Algerian Andy Delort, put an end to the four-game winless streak of a Nice team that continues to dream of the podium and of being in the next Champions League.

This goal is also shared by Strasbourg (5th), who took a point from their visit to Troyes (1-1), and will face Rennes (3rd) on Wednesday.

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