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PSG face Caen in a Ligue 1 match at the Stade Michel d’Ornano in Caen, France on Wednesday February 10, 2021 (2/10/21).
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What: French Cup
who: Caen against PSG
When: Wednesday February 10, 2021
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Or: Michel d’Ornano Stadium
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Canadian forward Jonathan David scored both goals as Lille won 2-0 at struggling Nantes to dominate the French league on Sunday.
Lille restored their two-point lead over Lyon while third-placed Paris Saint-Germain will lead Lille by six points if they later lose to bitter rivals Marseille.
Aleksandr Golovin had a hat trick and scored the other goal as Monaco won 4-3 at Nimes for a seventh consecutive league victory.
David’s second goal came superbly as he kicked the ball home from the edge of the penalty area late, after good play from Timothy Weah and Renato Sanches to set it up.
David opened the scoring after eight minutes against a lackluster Nantes side who are in 18th place and haven’t won any of the six games since former France coach Raymond Domenech took the lead.
In the south of Nîmes, Golovin played.
The 2018 World Cup Russian midfielder star put Monaco 2-0 with identical goals in 11 minutes, ghosting at the back post to meet two crosses from the left of Fode Ballo-Touré.
Wissam striker Ben Yedder had a goal disallowed soon after as Monaco got off to a frantic start, only for their leaky defense allowing Nimes to return to the game. Zinedine Ferhat set up Lucas Deaux then signed on to make it 2-2 after an exciting 30 minutes.
Fourth-placed Monaco’s 35 goals conceded is the highest of the top six, but they have now scored 50.
Golovin recovered the lead in the 61st when his left free kick passed everyone, including blind goalkeeper Baptiste Reynet, for his hat trick. He then played forward Kevin Volland for the fourth in the 76th. Niclas Eliasson withdrew one for Nîmes, last place, on a free kick.
Niko Kovac’s astute coaching helped push Monaco back up, and he will face defending champions Paris Saint-Germain in two weeks.
Neymar was in the PSG squad after recovering from gastroenteritis but Marseille was without imposing striker Arkadiusz Milik, who has a slight thigh injury.
Tensions are high in Marseille with the resignation of coach André Villas-Boas this week, just days after a crowd of angry supporters stormed the training ground to protest the poor results.
To avoid further incidents, 400 police officers were deployed around the stadium and elsewhere in the city.
(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)