Late Antoine Rabillard strike earns point for Marseille
Antoine Rabillard grabbed an equaliser for 10-man Marseille six minutes into injury time to hold Lille to a 1-1 draw.
Rabillard struck from close range after Lille keeper Vincent Enyeama had saved Paolo de Ceglie's header.
Lille had looked on course for victory -- especially when Marseille substitute Abdelaziz Barrada was sent off in the 82nd minute -- having taken the lead through Sebastien Corchia's 57th-minute goal.
The draw created an unwanted record for Marseille however -- it meant their winless streak at home is now up to nine matches, surpassing the previous record set in 1962. Nevertheless, they have now lost only once in their last 13 league games.
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou had nearly opened the scoring for Marseille only for Enyeama to save, and Lille took advantage of the let-off to open the scoring after good build-up play by Rio Mavuba.
Corchia then beat one defender before clipping the ball over the keeper from a tight angle.
After Barrada's red card, for a challenge on Yassine Benzia, it looked like Lille would hang on for victory only for Rabillard to strike.