Striker Folarin Balogun has equalised deep into stoppage time as mid-table Reims earned a 1-1 draw against French league leaders Paris Saint-Germain.
Balogun, who began his career at Premier League team Arsenal and stood out with his movement throughout Sunday’s game in Paris, latched onto a long pass in the sixth minute of injury time.
He easily beat veteran defender Sergio Ramos for pace before confidently shooting past goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.
It was the 21-year-old forward’s 11th league goal of the season and one less than PSG’s scorer Neymar.
Neymar struck in the 51st to move one behind league top scorer and teammate Kylian Mbappe, before PSG had midfielder Marco Verratti sent off for a dangerous tackle on Japan winger Junya Ito in the 59th.
PSG have now won only one of their past four league games, losing two, and they are three points ahead of second-place Lens.
Reims extended their unbeaten run to 12 games, which included holding PSG to a 0-0 draw at home in October, and were the better side in the first half.
Earlier, striker Gaetan Laborde scored the winner as Nice beat Lille 1-0 to end the northern side’s six-game unbeaten run.
Laborde netted in the 34th minute after Badredine Bouanani set him up for a first-time finish.
Alexandre Lacazette notched his 12th league goal of the season as Lyon won 2-0 at Corsican side Ajaccio to move into ninth place.
Tempers flared after the game as Lyon coach Laurent Blanc grabbed Ajaccio coach Olivier Pantaloni’s face after shaking hands and shoved him away following a verbal exchange.
Pantaloni then walked over to Lyon’s bench and clashed with Lyon’s goalkeeper coach Remy Vercoutre. Security officials had to separate them.
The visitors took the lead in the 20th when 20-year-old midfielder Johann Lepenant turned in Bradley Barcola’s pass.
Lacazette, who re-joined hometown Lyon in the summer after five seasons in the Premier League with Arsenal, scored his 144th goal overall for the club in the 72nd.
Dutch forward Thijs Dallinga scored twice for Toulouse in a 2-1 win at struggling Strasbourg.
Veteran striker Kevin Gameiro put the Alsace side ahead in the 20th, but Dallinga equalised for Toulouse five minutes later and struck again early in the second half.
Strikers Jeremy Le Douaron and Steve Mounie scored first-half goals for Brest in a 4-0 home win against bottom side Angers. Midfielders Franck Honorat and Pierre Lees-Melou scored after the break.
English forward Stephy Mavididi scored both goals as Montpellier got a much-needed 2-0 win at 19th-place Auxerre to move away from relegation trouble, and Clermont drew 0-0 at home to Nantes.