Canada forward Jonathan David scored two late goals as Lille beat Marseille 2-0 to stay top of the French league on Wednesday.
David netted in the 90th minute and again two minutes into injury time. The northern side remains two points ahead of defending champion Paris Saint-Germain, which won 1-0 away to Bordeaux. Marseille goalkeeper Steve Mandanda kept out shots from United States forward Timothy Weah and David in the second half to frustrate Lille.
But the veteran France No. 2 spilled an angled shot from Jonathan Ikone in the 90th and David finished from close range.
Defending champion PSG was missing Kylian Mbappe through suspension and was without the injured Neymar, while striker Moise Kean was ruled out after testing positive for the coronavirus earlier Wednesday.
Winger Pablo Sarabia filled in and scored in the 20th minute when he turned in Idrissa Gueye’s cross…