Oct 22, 2017 at 8pm UK at ​Stade Vélodrome (Marseille)
Attendance: 60,410
Marseille
2-2
PSGParis Saint-Germain
Gustavo (16'), Thauvin (78')
Mitroglou (45'), Sakai (52'), Ocampos (87'), Sanson (90')
FT(HT: 1-1)
Neymar (33'), Cavani (90')
Mbappe (54'), Neymar (85')
Neymar (87')

Result: Neymar sent off as Paris Saint-Germain seize late draw at Marseille

Result: Neymar sent off as PSG draw at Marseille
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Paris Saint-Germain hold on to their unbeaten record in Ligue 1 after leaving it late to claim a 2-2 draw at Marseille on Sunday night.

Paris Saint-Germain have preserved their unbeaten record in Ligue 1 after leaving it late to claim a 2-2 draw at Marseille on Sunday night.

The hosts took the lead against the run of play on 16 minutes when Luiz Gustavo was afforded time and space to line up a strike from distance on his left foot.

Gustavo's powerful shot swerved away from PSG goalkeeper Alphonse Areola to find the bottom corner of the net, sending the home crowd wild.

Unai Emery's charges went on to equalise in the 33rd minute, however, with Neymar latching on to Adrien Rabiot's cutback inside the Marseille box.

Although the Brazilian scuffed his left-footed attempt, the ball struck the inside of the post and nestled into the bottom corner beyond the grasp of Steve Mandanda.

In the 78th minute, Florian Thauvin broke ahead of Thiago Silva to steer the ball beyond Areola from Clinton N'Jie's cross.

PSG looked to be heading for defeat when they went down to 10 men due to Neymar's sending-off for a second yellow card in the 87th minute following a spat with Lucas Ocampos, though replays showed that no contact was made.

However, a free kick given away by Bouna Sarr in injury time gave Edinson Cavani the chance to draw level from 25 yards, and the Uruguayan made no mistake by curling the ball over the wall and striking the underside of the bar before bouncing over the line.

Neymar and Edinson Cavani embrace during the Ligue 1 game between Paris Saint-Germain and Bordeaux on September 30, 2017
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1Paris Saint-GermainPSG1311204393435
2MonacoMonaco1392235132229
3Lyon1274132151725
4Marseille127322617924
5NantesNantes137241213-123
6Saint-EtienneSt Etienne135351418-418
7Caen12606813-518
8Montpellier HSCMontpellier1244498116
9Bordeaux124441618-216
10Toulouse134451217-516
11Rennes134361517-215
12Dijon134361722-515
13Troyes134361318-515
14GuingampGuingamp134361422-815
15Angers132831720-314
16Nice124171419-513
17StrasbourgStrasbourg133461524-913
18Lille123361216-412
19AmiensAmiens12336814-612
20Metz131111524-194