Paris Saint-Germain's winning streak ends vs. Lille, Bordeaux beat Guingamp
Paris Saint-Germain's run of 16 consecutive wins in all competitions was brought to an end by Lille following a 0-0 draw.
Parc des Princes witnessed its first goalless match in Ligue 1 for more than a year as Laurent Blanc rested the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thiago Silva, Thiago Motta and Maxwell ahead of Tuesday's Champions League clash with Chelsea.
Lille, beaten 6-1 last time out in Paris, rode their luck at times but held on, with PSG extending their unbeaten run in the league to 35 games.
Nantes climbed to fifth in the table with a 2-1 victory over Brittany rivals Lorient.
First-half goals from Adryan and Emiliano Sala were enough to make it 12 games unbeaten for Nantes, with Benjamin Moukandjo scoring 12 minutes from time for the visitors.
Bordeaux ended a run of three consecutive defeats by beating Guingamp 4-2.
Adam Ounas and Diego Rolan put Bordeaux two up but Thibault Giresse pulled one back just before the break and Marcus Coco equalised for Guingamp in the 58th minute.
However, nine minutes later Clement Chantome restored Bordeaux's lead and they made sure of the points through Cheick Diabate a minute from time.
Bottom side Troyes claimed only their second win of the season, beating Gazelec Ajaccio 3-2 to drag the Corsicans back into the relegation zone.
Troyes could not have made a worse start as Jacques Zoua gave Gazelec the lead in the opening minute but they were 3-1 up at half-time thanks to Chaouki Ben Saada and a brace from Karim Azamoum.
Roderic Filippi netted for the hosts in the second half but they could not find an equaliser.
In another big game at the bottom, goals from Mustapha Yatabare and Souleymane Camara gave Montpellier a crucial 2-0 win over Toulouse.
Meanwhile, Bastia won away from home for the first time all season, Floyd Ayite's goal three minutes after half-time giving them a 1-0 victory over struggling Reims.