PSG salvage draw with Evian
Paris Saint-Germain came back from two goals down to salvage a 2-2 draw with Evian at the Parc des Sports stadium.
Jerome Leroy opened the scoring for newly-promoted Evian in the 14th minute before Yannick Sagbo doubled the lead from the penalty spot six minutes later.
The first goal came when former PSG forward Leroy beat visiting goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu from close range after Saber Khelifa ran down the left wing and flicked a pass toward Yannick Sagbo, which deflected off the striker and onto Leroy, who fired home.
Soon after PSG found themselves 2-0 down after Sylvain Armand handled in the area to concede a penalty. Sagbo stepped up and sent the resulting spot-kick into the bottom-right corner as Sirigu went the other way.
Aldo Angoula then missed a chance to make it 3-0 when Leroy's free-kick found the defender, who escaped the attentions of Diego Lugano before powering a header towards the top corner, but Sirigu palmed it over the net to safety.
It was one-way traffic until five minutes before half-time when Evian goalkeeper Stephan Andersen was finally tested one-on-one by Kevin Gameiro, but he was able to make the save.
PSG then got themselves back into the match in the 43rd minute when summer signing Pastore turned on the edge of the penalty area and shot past Andersen.
After the break there were chances for both sides, but it was not until ten minutes from time when Bodmer equalised for PSG to earn his side a point. Ceara's free-kick found Mevlut Erding who deflected the ball towards the goal where Bodmer slotted in.