|2. Paris Saint-Germain|
|3. OGC Nice|
Goals Scored:: 25
French Ligue 1
April 14, 2017
Angers 0-2 Paris Saint-Germain
Angel Di Maria 28’ 84’
Angel Di Maria scored all the goals in this match for Paris Saint-Germain to remain in the race to defend their league title.
April 15, 2017
Monaco 2-1 Dijon
Nabil Dirar 69’ Cedric Varrault 42’
Radamel Falcao 81’
With Paris Saint-Germain getting a victory the day before, Monaco couldn’t afford a defeat if they intend on breaking PSG’s title-winning streak.
Dijon made Parisians happy when they went into the break with a goal lead but Monaco found the equalizer and the winner in the second half to hold on to their place at the top of the league table.
Montpellier 2-0 Lorient
Ryad Boudebouz 8’
Isaac Mbenza 27’
Montpellier made it a consecutive league victory while ending Lorient’s three-match winning streak.
OGC Nice 3-1 Nancy
Mickael Le Bihan 35’ Maurice Junior Dale 26’
Jean-Michel Seri 51’(pen) 84’
Jean-Michel Seri scored the winner and insurance goal in the second half for OGC Nice to keep up with the title race.
Rennes 2-0 Lille
Firmin Mubele Ndombe 3’
Giovanni Sio 29’
Rennes got a home victory to open a 5-point gap between themselves and Lille.
Guingamp 2-1 Toulouse
Jimmy Briand 53’(pen) Andy Delort 67’(pen)
Alexandre Mendy 62’
They started the match with equal points accumulated, but Alexandre Mendy’s goal provided Guingamp the victory to separate themselves in the league standings.
Metz 2-2 Caen
Ismaila Sarr 66’ Ivan Santini 74’
Cheick Diabate 83’ Sylvio Rodelin 88’
Metz could hold on to a lead for longer than 10 minutes against Caen. The two relegation-threatened teams came out of this fixture with a point.
April 16, 2017
Nantes 0-1 Bordeaux
Younousse Sankharé 65’
A single goal gave Bordeaux an away victory that also allowed them to open up a 10-point gap between the two sides.
Bastia -POSTPONED- Lyon
After fans tried to attack the players on the pitch, The fixture was canceled.
Marseille 4-0 Saint-Etienne
Florian Thauvin 22’ 58’
Bafetimbi Gomis 31’
Dimitri Payet 90’+3’
Victory for Saint-Etienne would have allowed them to get equal on points with Marseille in the league standings, but it was Marseille that ended up widening the point-gap between themselves and Saint-Etienne.