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PSG face Monaco in a Ligue 1 match at Parc des Princes in Paris, France on Sunday February 21, 2021 (02/21/21).
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What: League 1
who: PSG against Monaco
When: Sunday February 21, 2021
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Or: Princes Park
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Lille remained at the top of the French league but lost ground in their title fight with Paris Saint-Germain after a 0-0 draw at home against Brest on Sunday.
Lille had won their last seven matches, conceding just one goal, but another clean sheet will be little consolation for coach Christophe Galtier with defending champion PSG at just one point.
“We made 14 shots and didn’t hit the target, so their goalie didn’t even make saves. It’s bad in terms of attack, ”said Galtier. “We have to show more character, we have to push ourselves more in a game like this.”
Galtier introduced attacking midfielder Yusuf Yazici and striker Timothy Weah with an hour of play.
But frustration hit the Lille players as striker Jonathan Bamba was booked in the 75th as he descended into the penalty area.
Nine Marseille players held on for a 0-0 draw in Bordeaux at the end of the match.
Marseille’s ninth place saw Argentinians Leonardo Balerdi and Dario Benedetto sent off within minutes of each other in the second half.
Balerdi pushed back Remi Oudin by passing on goal in the 55th. Benedetto received a red card four minutes later for a terrible challenge against former French defender Laurent Koscielny.
Between the red cards, South Korean Bordeaux striker Hwang Ui-jo hit the post.
Striker Nicolas de Preville could have won for Bordeaux at the end, but he blazed from close range at close range.
Earlier, Lorient continued their remarkable turnaround and ended Monaco’s eight-game winning streak with a 2-2 away draw.
Lorient extended their unbeaten streak to five, including a win against PSG.
But Lorient will regret a lack of concentration that allowed striker Wissam Ben Yedder to snatch a tie in added time for fourth-place Monaco, who will travel to PSG next weekend.
Nigerian striker Terem Moffi put Lorient in the lead from the penalty spot after seven minutes. Ben Yedder had a free kick saved at the end of the half, then equalized on the spot at the start of the second following a handball from Lorient.
A reckless defense from Djibril Sidibe then allowed Moffi to sprint and finish calmly with a low shot inside the post in the 62nd – the 11th goal Monaco conceded in nine games.
With Lorient hooked, Monaco threw a cross into the box, the ball was aimed down and Ben Yedder flew in his 13th goal of the season.
(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)