Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain were held to a 2-2 draw at home by Lille on Sunday after a late own goal handed Laurent Blanc's side a deserved draw at the Parc des Princes.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic took his league leading tally to 15 goals from 19 matches with a deflected free-kick on 36 minutes that left Lille's goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama stranded to put the home side in front. However a lapse of concentration on the stroke of half-time led to the Lille equaliser.
A teasing cross from the right ran into the path of Lille skipper Rio Mavuba who slotted the ball past PSG's Italian keeper Salvatore Sirigu as the teams went in at the interval on level terms.
Côte d'Ivoire international Salomon Kalou then stunned the capital club when he cooly slotted home his 53rd-minute penalty after a foul by PSG left-back Lucas Digne just inside the box.
However a botched clearance from a PSG corner with 18 minutes left forced Marko Basa to steer the ball into his own goal to hand Blanc's men a point which pushes them three points clear of Monaco with Lille a further point back in third.
Earlier on Sunday, for the second week running, Marseille fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2, sharing the spoils with Bordeaux in an engaging contest at the Stade Velodrome.
It was Bordeaux who seized the lead 11 minutes before the interval when Brazilian forward Jussie headed in from Ludovic Obraniak's corner. It was Jussie's third goal in as many games but he went off injured at half-time.
Nevertheless, the visitors went on to increase their lead on 66 minutes when Kassim Abdallah failed to cut out a cross at the back post and Nicolas Maurice-Belay pounced to score.
At that point, Bordeaux seemed set for a fifth successive win, but Marseille got a goal back in the 73rd minute, Alaixys Romao scrambling the ball over the line after Carrasso had pushed away a Florian Thauvin free-kick.
And the equaliser followed immediately after, Benjamin Mendy lifting the ball into the box for Andre-Pierre Gignac to convert despite the presence of two defenders.
The French Cup holders are fourth, a point clear of Saint-Etienne and two ahead of Marseille, who lie in sixth place.
Clement Grenier and Bafetimbi Gomis gave Lyon a 2-0 lead only for Lorient to strike back with two late goals, including an injury time equaliser in a 2-2 draw in Brittany.
Vincent Aboubakar cut the deficit with Lorient's first goal with 31 minutes left before Alain Traore scored with virtually the last kick of the match to snatch a valuable point for Christian Gourcuff's men, which keeps them ninth.