Metz pile more misery on Monaco

Ligue 1

Amiens 1-0  Lille 
Ten-man Lille lost their first game of the season after going down 1-0 to Amiens on Saturday evening at Stade Credit Agricole De La Licorne.
The visitors started on the back foot as Boubakary Soumare was shown a straight red-card for serious foul play and Amiens eventually used their advantage of playing with an extra-player in the last 20 minutes as Serhou Guirassy broke the deadlock for hosts.
Bordeaux 1-1 Montpellier 
Josh Maja scored just after mid-way through the second stanza to earn Bordeaux a 1-1 stalemate with Montpellier on Saturday evening at Stade Matmut-Atlantique.
Andy Delort opened the scoring for the guests in the 22nd minute but only to concede with 21 minutes remaining, Maja levelled matters for Bordeaux.
Metz 3- 0 Monaco
Metz remained unbeaten since their return to top flight football after thrashing ten-man Monaco 3-0 thanks to a brace by Habib Diallo on Saturday evening.
Diallo grabbed the lead for Metz in the 11th minute from the penalty spot before Monaco were dealt a blow in the 34th minute after Ruben Aguilar received a straight red card.
The hosts took advantage of playing against ten-man as Diallo made it 2-0 eight minutes after the break while Renaud Cohade sealed the three points.
Nimes 1-2 Nice 
Ten-man Nice kept their perfect start to the campaign after edging nine-man Nimes on Saturday evening at Stade Des Costieres.
The visitors scored two quick goals in the tenth and 16th minute thanks to Wylan Cyprien and Ignatius Ganago before Renaud Ripart pulled a goal back for Nimes on the stroke of halftime.
Nice were down to ten men six minutes into the second stanza as Racine Coly received his second yellow card for a bad foul and the game was got out of hand in the closing stages as Pablo Martinez got his second yellow for Nimes in the eighth minute of stoppage time before Anthony Briancon got a straight red card for the hosts immediately thereafter.
Toulouse 1-0 Dijon 
Toulouse won their first game of the campaign and remained unbeaten after edging Dijon 1-0 on Saturday evening at Stadium de Toulouse.
Jean-Victor Makengo scored the only goal of the match for the hosts nine minutes after the break to make it four points out of a possible six.
Nantes 0-0 Olympique Marseille 
Olympique Marseille picked up only their first point of the season after playing to a goalless stalemate with Nantes on Saturday afternoon.
Marseille had a wonderful chance to break the deadlock in the 31st minute after they were awarded a penalty but Dario Benedetto could not capitalise as struck his spot-kick over the bar and the visitors squandered two points as a result.