Ligue 1 Round-Up
By Tom Adams
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Lyon moved 14 points clear in France thanks to a goal from Florent Malouda.
Lyon's seemingly unstoppable march to a sixth league title in succession continued with a narrow 1-0 win at home to Auxerre.
Gerard Houllier's side now enjoy a huge 14 point lead in France, with their latest victory coming courtesy of winger Florent Malouda who struck after 25 minutes at Stade Gerland.
Paris Saint Germain's first game since one of their fans was shot dead by a policeman saw the capital club draw 1-1 at Nantes.
Around 200 PSG fans held a silent march around the stadium before kick-off following the death of Julien Quemener after the Uefa Cup game with Hapoel Tel Aviv in midweek.
On the pitch, the visitors took an early lead when Bonaventure Kalou struck after just two minutes, however Nantes equalised through Frederic Da Rocha (76).
The draw leaves PSG still struggling in the bottom half of the table with 17 points, a tally shared by Valenciennes following their surprise 1-0 win over high-flying Nancy.
Steve Savidan's early opener was enough for the home side to defeat the team who occupy fifth place in Le Championnat.
Lens moved into joint second place following a 1-1 draw away at Le Mans.
The in-form Ismael Bangoura (pictured) put the home side ahead after 22 minutes, but Olivier Thomert equalised three minutes before half time.