Achraf Hakimi has scored deep in stoppage time to earn Paris Saint-Germain a 2-1 victory at bottom side Metz to maintain their perfect Ligue 1 record this season.
The Morocco fullback scored after five minutes and against five minutes into added time as PSG made it seven wins from as many league games - three days after the capital side beat Lyon by the same scoreline thanks to another winning goal in the dying moments.
PSG lead second-placed Marseille, who drew 0-0 at Angers and have a game in hand, by seven points.
Champions Lille claimed their second win of the season by beating visitors Reims 2-1 while Monaco defeated second-bottom Saint-Etienne 3-1.
Metz, who finished with 10 men after Dylan Bronn picked up a second yellow card in the last minute of regualtion time, have three points from seven games.
Lens, playing the first of two home games behind closed doors after crowd trouble marred their derby victory over Lille last Saturday, slumped to a 1-0 defeat to Strasbourg and dropped to fourth on 12 points, behind Angers on goal difference.
Lyon, improving after a stuttering start to the season, beat Troyes 3-1 with goals by Xherdan Shaqiri, Emerson and Lucas Paqueta to climb to sixth, one place ahead of Nice who lost 1-0 at Lorient.
In Metz, PSG were without Lionel Messi after the Argentine forward was ruled out with a bruised knee, but Hakimi stepped up.
He opened the scoring by firing home after Mauro Icardi's attempt had been deflected into his path by Matthieu Udol.
PSG were caught cold six minutes before the break when Boubakar Kouyate headed home from Lamine Gueye's cross as the hosts made the most of the little possession they enjoyed.
Neymar went close on a couple of occasions but the Brazil striker failed to score and Metz stayed in contention until the last minute when Bronn was shown his second yellow card for time-wasting.
Five minutes later, Hakimi curled a superb shot into the net after being set up by Neymar, giving Mauricio Pochettino's side all three points despite another below-par performance.
Australian Associated Press