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Dec 22, 2012

Lyon joins PSG at top after win

Lyon moved level on points with Ligue 1 leader Paris St. Germain after a comfortable 3-0 win over Nice at the Stade de Gerland on Saturday.

Goals from Lisandro Lopez and Anthony Reveillere either side of halftime put the title hopefuls on course for victory while Bafetimbi Gomis' penalty sealed a comfortable win.

It was an unhappy return to Lyon for former boss Claude Puel, whose side ended the match with 10 men after David Ospina was sent off in the build-up to the Gomis spot kick.

Lyon's Dejan Lovren saw red after picking up a second yellow late on in what was the only negative of the night for Remi Garde's men.

Rennes goes into the forthcoming two-week winter break in the top four following a 4-2 triumph at Ajaccio in a match that was delayed by 10 minutes after Rennes' fourth goal sparked a pitch invasion.

Julien Feret struck from an indirect free kick in the penalty area after goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa handled Carl Medjani's back-pass, but a section of Ajaccio supporters, angered by the taking of the free kick, stormed from the stand to protest, forcing referee Ruddy Buquet to suspend the game until order was restored.

Rennes had twice come from behind in the first half, with Feret and Romain Alessandrini equalizing after goals from Adrian Mutu and Fousseni Diawara. Cheick Diarra put his club ahead for the first time before Feret's controversial clincher.

Bastia won by the same scoreline, with three goals in the opening half hour proving decisive against rock-bottom Nancy.

Jerome Rothen, Anthony Modeste and Sambou Yatabare were all on the scoresheet in the early stages before Benjamin Moukandjo clawed one back for the visitors.

Modeste's second all but sealed victory for Bastia although Nancy, whose run of five consecutive 1-1 draws came to an end, enjoyed a late consolation when Andre Luiz netted.

Defending champion Montpellier saw a run of three straight wins emphatically halted by a 4-1 loss at Lille.

A Daniel Congre own goal and further strikes from Dimitri Payet, Nolan Roux and Ryan Mendes boosted Lille's European aspirations.

Souleymane Camara netted a late goal for the visitors, who had Younes Belhanda sent off when they were 2-0 down just before halftime.

Reims was denied a first Ligue 1 win since early October as Pedrinho struck at the death to rescue a 2-2 draw for Lorient, whose six-match winning streak came to an end.

Visitors Reims took the lead through Odair Fortes and went ahead again -- after Maxime Barthelme had leveled for Lorient -- thanks to Gaetan Courtet, but Pedrinho ensured the spoils were shared.

Bordeaux's goalless stalemate with Troyes, which is six points adrift of safety, was its fifth draw in a row.

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