12th December 2016
Bafe Gomis struck late to hand Marseille their first away win of the Ligue 1 campaign following a 2-1 victory at Dijon.
The French international sidefooted home a cross from close range in foggy conditions at the Stade Gaston-Gerard, with his 87th minute strike proving the difference.
His ninth goal in 17 appearances lifts Marseille up to ninth in the table - four points off fourth-placed Lyon.
In the Championship, Kyle Bartley and Matt Grimes both featured as ten-man Leeds were beaten 2-0 at leaders Brighton.
Garry Monk's side were a man down and a goal behind after Kalvin Phillips was dismissed after 23 minutes and Glenn Murray fired home the resulting penalty.
Bartley later conceded another penalty, which Tomer Hemed converted, while Grimes was introduced as a half-time substitute in the loss.
Marvin Emnes came off the bench in Blackburn's 3-2 defeat at Preston.
Former Swans striker Danny Graham scored twice for the visitors, while Emnes made his 15th appearance for Rovers as a 53rd minute replacement.
Liam Shephard and Ryan Hedges played the full 90 minutes for Yeovil in their 1-0 home defeat to Barnet.
The Glovers were on top for the majority of the game, with Hedges going close to breaking the deadlock.
But Darren Way's side were stunned as Barnet scored with their only shot on target with six minutes to go.
Meanwhile, Josh Sheehan played for Newport in their clash with Morecambe, but that game was abandoned at half-time due to a waterlogged pitch.
Newport were leading 1-0 at the break, but the game will be replayed after referee Brendan Malone deemed the pitch unplayable following heavy rain.
Franck Tabanou, Adam King, Kenji Gorre, Connor Roberts and Josh Vickers didn't feature for their clubs at the weekend.
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