(EFE) – The Olympique Marseille extended his sweet moment in the French championship, squeezing PSG with a firm victory away (0-2), in the visit to a Nimes who sees the drop zone up close.
Andre Vilas Boas’ team, sent off for their protests at 40 minutes, decided the duel in the second half. He broke the equality with a long pass from the Spanish Álvaro González that found the speed of Argentine Darío Benedetto at 57 minutes.
Al Nimes had ended up twisting the game with the expulsion of Cubas for double yellow, after committing a clear foul being last man, and the sentence came six minutes from the end with Valere Germain’s goal defining at will, free of mark, the fifth consecutive victory of a Marseille launched for the leadership that PSG still holds . He stands at a single point having played one game less.