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Marseille win as Lavezzi sees red

Second-half goals from Andre-Pierre Gignac and Rod Fanni helped dominant Marseille defeat Sochaux 2-0 and make it two wins from two.

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Gignac opened the scoring in the 54th minute and Fanni netted a stoppage-time second as Marseille followed up their 1-0 victory over Reims last time out with another triumph that leaves them level on points with the Ligue 1 pacesetters.

Paris St Germain are still looking for their first Ligue 1 victory of the season after a 0-0 draw at AC Ajaccio.

The visitors had Ezequiel Lavezzi sent off, while boss Carlo Ancelotti himself saw red in what was another frustrating night for the big-spending side from the capital who deserved no more than the point they left with.

Ludovic Obraniak scored the only goal as Bordeaux made it two wins from two to start the new Ligue 1 season by beating Stade Rennes 1-0.

Having missed a penalty in the first half, the home side finally made the breakthrough when Obraniak ended a goalmouth scramble in the 75th minute by firing past keeper Benoit Costil.

Rennes pressed for a late equaliser but could not find a way through, with Cedric Carrasso's late save from Jean Armel Kana-Biyik ensuring the three points for the hosts.

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