Published: Thu, January 25, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

Dani Alves attacks referee Clément Turpin on Instagram following last night's expulsion

Dani Alves attacks referee Clément Turpin on Instagram following last night's expulsion

Lyon handed Paris Saint-Germain only their second league defeat this season as Memphis Depay scored a stunning late victor.

The hosts broke the deadlock after only two minutes in a match filled with high-quality goals, but Layvin Kurzawa's equaliser right on the stroke of half time appeared to be enough to have earned Unai Emery's side a point - even after they had seen Dani Alves sent off. Depay moved into space around the penalty area and unleashed a blistering strike from 25 yards into the top left corner.

It's first vs second (at least before the weekend) as league leaders PSG travel to the Groupama Stadium to take on Lyon.

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PSG striker Kylian Mbappe had to leave the pitch after just 35 minutes following two tackles from Lyon.

The 34-year-old Brazilian, however, disagreed with the referee and was red carded for aggressive conduct.

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Monaco is now fourth on the Ligue 1 table, trailing Lyon and Marseille by two points and one point respectively.

PSG looked to hit back and they went close through Edinson Cavani, who sent a header straight to Anthony Lopes in the 12th minute.

Leonardo Jardim's men emerged from a mini-slump with a 3-1 win over FC Metz at the weekend and will be looking to make their mark in the Coupe de France following their exit from all European competition before Christmas.

Following Senegalese teenager Ibrahima Niane's first league goal for Metz, Rony Lopes secured three points for Monaco when he scored from a Fabinho cross.

Maxwel Cornet saw a low effort turned behind by Areola, but it was 69th-minute substitute Depay who provided the winning moment in style.

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