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Last-gasp Hazard lifts Lille three points clear

Published: Sunday 13 March 2011, 19.00CET
LOSC Lille Métropole moved three points clear in Ligue 1 after their second last-gasp victory in as many weeks, while AS Monaco FC completed a crucial win of their own in Bordeaux.
Last-gasp Hazard lifts Lille three points clear
Lille's Eden Hazard celebrates his added-time winner against Valenciennes ©AFP
Published: Sunday 13 March 2011, 19.00CET

Last-gasp Hazard lifts Lille three points clear

LOSC Lille Métropole moved three points clear in Ligue 1 after their second last-gasp victory in as many weeks, while AS Monaco FC completed a crucial win of their own in Bordeaux.

An added-time winner against Olympique de Marseille earned LOSC Lille Métropole a dramatic 2-1 win last weekend and Rudi Garcia's charges repeated the trick at home to Valenciennes FC on Sunday.

The game seemed headed for a draw after Grégory Pujol (59) had cancelled out Moussa Sow's 18th league goal of the season (39). Eden Hazard struck with just seconds left, though, to earn his side the three points that represent Lille's advantage over Stade Rennais FC at the Ligue 1 summit.

At the other end of the table, AS Monaco FC moved out of the bottom three with a hard-fought win against FC Girondins de Bordeaux. Two of Adriano's four strikes so far this season have been own goals but coach Laurent Banide will be particularly grateful the Brazilian defender's 21st-minute goal went in at the right end as his side now lie above third-bottom AJ Auxerre on goal difference.

In the late match Paris Saint-Germain FC missed out on the opportunity to move to within a point of fourth-placed Marseille, despite being two goals up at half-time against Montpelier Hérault FC. Olivier Giroud struck twice (47, 59)to earn the visitors a 2-2 draw.

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Last updated: 16/06/2019 06:54 CET

17/03/2019

ParisParis3-1MarseilleMarseille

Mbappé 45+2, Di María 55, 66

Germain 46

Venue: Paris

17/03/2019

BordeauxBordeaux1-1RennesRennes

Kamano 59

Niang 90+2

Venue: Bordeaux

17/03/2019

ReimsReims1-0NantesNantes

Oudin 59

Venue: Reims

17/03/2019

LyonLyon3-2MontpellierMontpellier

Terrier 11, Dembélé 58, Aouar 86

Mollet 36, Camara 90+1

Venue: Lyon

16/03/2019

GuingampGuingamp1-0DijonDijon

Blas 86 (P)

Venue: Guingamp

16/03/2019

NîmesNîmes2-2StrasbourgStrasbourg

Lybohy 66, Savanier 90+2 (P)

Mothiba 9, Fofana 53

Venue: Nimes

16/03/2019

AngersAngers0-0AmiensAmiens

Venue: Anders

16/03/2019

CaenCaen0-5St-ÉtienneSt-Étienne

Hamouma 4, Berić 20, Nordin 30, Ghezali 85, Vada 90+1

Venue: Caen

15/03/2019

LOSCLOSC0-1MonacoMonaco

Alves Morais 90

Venue: Lille

15/03/2019

NiceNice1-1ToulouseToulouse

Cyprien 20

Mubele 88

Venue: Nice

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