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Karim Rekik rescued a point for Marseille in a 1-1 draw against old rivals Lyon Sunday in a match that was overshadowed by crowd trouble.Saint-Etienne moved to within a point of French league leaders Paris Saint-Germain after recording a fourth successive win by beating Nantes 2-0, while Monaco slid to another home defeat, losing 3-2 to Lorient.Saint-Etienne returned to domestic action just three days after a 2-2 draw at home to Rosenborg in the Europa League and took a first-half lead at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard through a first Ligue 1 goal from teenager Jonathan Bamba.Monaco's indifferent start to the season continued as the principality side found themselves two goals down to Lorient inside 20 minutes.
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