Fontvieille, Monaco – The Stade Louis II scoreboard was filled with zeros on Friday as AS Monaco and Toulouse played to a 0-0 draw behind closed doors.
Spectators were not allowed inside Monaco's home building on Friday, a punishment that stemmed from the pitch invasion that took place on the final matchday of last season.
They did not miss much as Monaco failed to find a goal to maintain its perfect start to the campaign.
The home side dominated the proceedings and came closest in the dying stages when Jeremy Toulalan ripped a shot toward goal from outside the box, but his effort rattled the post before being cleared to safety by the Toulouse defense.
The result was enough to lift Monaco to the top of the Ligue 1 table with seven points, at least until the rest of the French top flight takes the pitch this weekend.
Lyon, Marseille and St. Etienne can all take advantage of Monaco's dropped points. The three clubs have won both of their respective opening matches, meaning that they can move into a tie for first place with wins against Reims, Valenciennes and Lille, respectively.
On Sunday, PSG and Ajaccio will go for their first wins of the season when they face Nantes and Nice, respectively.
Saturday's action will see Bordeaux host Bastia at the Stade Chaban-Delmas, Rennes head to the Parc des Sports to face Evian, Montpellier welcomes Sochaux to the Stade de la Mosson and Lorient faces Guingamp at the Stade du Roudourou.