PSG loses unbeaten record but remains Ligue 1 leader
Playing at home, Lyon beat PSG 2-1 on aggregate. Despite the loss, PSG still have ten points ahead of the table. Di María opened the scoring in the first half, but Moussa Dembélé and Nabil Fekir scored goals from the home winners.
The victory keeps Lyon in third place with 41 points. Lille, with 46, is second place. Despite their first defeat, PSG remain calm for the second consecutive French title and sixth in the last seven seasons.
It was PSG's second game after Neymar Jr's bruise that should take the jersey 10 off the field for two and a half months. The novelty in the lineup of coach Thomas Tuchel was Argentine midfielder Leandro Paredes, reinforcement hired at the winter transfer window in Europe.
Di María put the Paris team ahead on the scoreboard after seven minutes. At 33, Dembélé anticipated goalkeeper Areola and tied the game. At the start of the second half, Dembélé was knocked over by Thiago Silva in the area, and Nabil Fekir converted the penalty in the fourth minute, turning the game around.
Paris Saint-Germain's next fixture will be on Wednesday (6/02) for the French Cup against Villefranche Beaujolais, who are disputing the fourth national division. As curiosity information that the match will be played in the same stadium of today's match, Parc Olympique Lyonnais.