Ibrahimovic fires PSG to first win

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the only PSG player to score this season in Ligue 1. On Sunday, it was good enough to earn the free- spending Paris squad its first win of the season.

Ibrahimovic scored twice inside 21 minutes, including in the first minute, as PSG defeated Lille, 2-1, on Sunday at the Grand Stade Lille Metropole.

PSG needed two late goals from Ibrahimovic to draw Lorient, 2-2, in Paris, in its season opener and tied its next two matches against Ajaccio and Bordeaux, 0-0.

Ibrahimovic provided the offense PSG had been missing in its last two matches, as he turned a pass from Jeremy Menez into the bottom-right corner to open the scoring and converted a through ball from Javier Pastore to the bottom left in the 21st for his second of the match and fourth of the season.

Aurelien Chedjou scored in the 12th minute for Lille, as he deposited a cross from Dimitri Payet. But Ibrahimovic made sure PSG did not settle for its third draw.

Despite its sluggish start to the season, PSG is unbeaten with a victory now added to its three draws. Lille lost for the first time.

Marseille 3, Rennes 1

Marseille, France - Andre-Pierre Gignac scored the match-winner six minutes from time and a stoppage-time own goal capped a 3-1 win over Rennes on Sunday at the Stade Velodrome as Marseille remained perfect in Ligue 1.

Marseille has won its first four matches to open the season, and sits alone as the leader in the table. Jeremy Morel scored in the first half for Marseille.

Julien Feret pulled Rennes level after halftime, but Gignac notched the winner in the 84th and Romain Danze sealed his side's fate with an own goal in extra time.

Rennes lost for the third time already this season.

Bordeaux 1, Nice 1

Bordeaux, France - Mahamane Traore scored two minutes into stoppage time as Nice tied 10-man Bordeaux, 1-1, on Sunday at the Stade Jacques Chaban-Delmas for its third draw through four matches in Ligue 1.

Bordeaux had Ludovic Sane sent off in the 64th minute, but still climbed ahead in the 86th through Henri Saivet only to see Traore rescue a point for Nice.

Bordeaux remained undefeated through four matches with two draws and two wins. After opening with a loss, Nice has tied its last three matches.