Paris Saint-Germain found it nearly impossible to defend their title despite a 5-0 road victory over Saint-Etienne as Monaco had a far superior goal difference and a game in hand, reports Xinhua news agency.
Monaco moved to within a point of the Ligue 1 title with another goal-filled win in Week 37, but reigning champions PSG did the principality club no favours by also winning big to keep their slim hopes intact.
Monaco can officially raise the trophy with a draw at home to Saint-Etienne on Wednesday hardly a fearsome prospect.
Edinson Cavani climbed up to 35 league goals this term with a brace as PSG demolished Saint-Etienne, ending the hosts' outside shot of qualifying for the Europa League. Everything is possible in football, we all remember Barcelona's comeback in the Champions League.
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Diamondbacks catcher Chris Iannetta hit a home run in the third inning to tie the Pirates, 1-1. "Everything was OK", Lovullo said. Unbeaten Dallas Keuchel (6-0) became the first six-game victor in the majors, helped by a home run from Carlos Correa.
It was a sad farewell to fans for Saint-Etienne coach Christophe Galtier, taking charge of his 359th game and his last one at home before leaving at the end of the season.
Falcao nodded in his 20th league goal of the season from close range before Kylian Mbappe's trickery left Bernardo Silva with a simple tap-in before the break. Last season, he got just one during a miserable loan spell at Premier League Chelsea. We need to keep working and keep focused. The other goal came from Julian Draxler. After it went in, Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim normally a reserved character jumped off the bench and pumped his fist vigorously as he shuffled along the touchline.
Uruguay global Diego Rolan grabbed an early opener for Bordeaux, but Bafetimbi Gomis hit his 19th goal of the season to keep fifth-place Marseille a point ahead of the home side.
An extraordinary flying header from striker Giovanni Sio - who was at shoulder height of the defender when he nodded into the top corner -helped ninth-placed Rennes win 1-0 away to Caen and push the Normandy side into 17th. Goals from Cheikh Ndoye and Karl Toko Ekambi gave the cup finalists a 2-0 win at OGC Nice as they became the first L1 team this season to take all three points from a trip to the Allianz Riviera in what was the final match staged there in 2016-17.