PSG maintained its three-point lead atop 1 win over Evian at the Parc des Princes.

It was a resilient performance from the home side, as Evian took the lead just before the break thanks to a goal from Cedric Cambon.

PSG rebounded in the second half with a resounding display, equalizing just two minutes after halftime through Nene.

The Brazilian midfielder then put PSG in front, slotting home a penalty kick in the 79th minute to hand the home side all three points and improve to 11 goals on the season.

Kevin Gameiro, PSG's second leading scorer, tacked on an additional goal with one minute remaining in regulation to put the result beyond any doubt.

The win sees PSG secure its fourth-straight victory and improve to 49 points on the year, three points better than second-place Montpellier after its 1-0 defeat of Brest on Saturday. PSG also maintains its perfect record under manager Carlo Ancelotti.

Evian, meanwhile, suffers its second loss in its last three Ligue 1 games. The club sits four points above the relegation zone on 23 points for the year.

Montpellier 1, Brest 0

Montpellier, France - Montpellier kept pace with PSG at the top of the Ligue 1 table with a 1-0 win over Brest at the Stade de la Mosson on Saturday.

Geoffrey Dernis scored the lone goal of the game four minutes before halftime to hand the home side all three points.

Montpellier still trails PSG by three points after the leaders defeated Evian 3-1 on Saturday, while Brest sits 11th in the league after suffering its second-straight loss.

Valenciennes 2, Dijon 1

Dijon, France - Two first-half goals proved to be enough for Valenciennes as it earned a 2-1 victory over Dijon at the Stade Gaston Gerard on Saturday.

Renaud Cohade opened the scoring the second minute and Gael Danic doubled the lead in the 43rd minute, while Dijon pulled a late consolation goal back through Gregory Thil in second-half stoppage time.

The result snaps a two-game losing skid for Valenciennes as it improves to 23 points, one point better than Dijon.

Ajaccio 1, Nice 1

Ajaccio, France - Ajaccio extended its unbeaten run in Ligue 1 play to six games as it played to a 1-1 draw with Nice at the Stade Francois Coty on Saturday.

Eduardo converted a penalty kick in the 57th minute to put the home side in front. Ajaccio looked destined to collect all three points, but Esmael Goncalves spoiled the party with a goal five minutes from time for Nice.

The draws makes it 14 points from its last six games as Ajaccio has climbed out of the cellar and into 15th place on 22 points for the season. Nice remains in the relegation zone on 19 points.

Bordeaux 2, Toulouse 0

Bordeaux, France - Two first-half goals powered Bordeaux to a 2-0 home win over seventh-place Toulouse at the Stade Chaban-Delmas on Saturday.

Jussie helped Bordeaux to a dream start with a goal in the opening minute, and Ludovic Obraniak added to that lead with a second for Bordeaux in the 40th minute. Toulouse was all but out of the match by halftime as Moussa Sissoko's second yellow card in the 43rd minute reduced his team to 10 men.

Bordeaux improves to 30 points on the year after winning two of its last three in the league. Toulouse remains in the seventh on 34 points.

Nancy 0, Rennes 0

Nancy, France - Nancy and Rennes endured a stalemate at the Stade Marcel Picot on Saturday as the two sides played to a 0-0 draw.

The result helps Nancy remain unbeaten over its last three matches, but with 23 points, it is still uncomfortably close to the relegation zone.

Rennes improves to 36 points, two points shy of a place in the top four.