Neymar headlines PSG's big win

Ligue 1

Paris Saint Germain 4-0 Angers
Paris Saint Germain continued their fine start to the season in Ligue 1 with a 4-0 hammering at home to second-place Angers.
Pablo Sarabia found the opener after 13 minutes with Mauro Icardi getting his second for the club eight minutes to halftime.
Senegalese Idrissa Gueye added his name on the score-sheet after 59 minutes with Neymar completing the rout at the death, as PSG stretch their lead at the top.
Montpellier 3-1 AS Monaco
Montpellier returned to winning ways following a 3-1 victory over ten men AS Monaco on their own turf.
Florent Mollet broke the deadlock after 31 minutes with Pedro Mendes ensuring a two-goal lead at halftime as Andy Delort grabbed their third in the 68th minute.
Wissam Ben Yedder pulled one back on 68 minutes, but the visitors ended a man short in the final nine minutes after Aleksandr Golovin saw red for a second bookable offence.
FC Nantes 1-0 OGC Nice
FC Nantes jumped into second place two points off first place following a late 1-0 win over OGC Nice at home.
As the game seemed headed for a goalless draw, Moses Simon netted the winner four minutes to the end, dropping Nice to eight place in the process.
Toulouse 1-3 Bordeaux
Toulouse winless run stretched with a 3-1 loss to fourth-place Bordeaux at the Stadium Municipal in Toulouse.
Nicolas de Preville got the visitors off to a dream start in the first minute. Pablo doubled their advantage ten minutes later before Hwang Ui-jo made the game safe after 53 minutes.
Toulouse ended on the scoreboard though as Efthimis Koulouris slotted home inside the 61st minute of the match.
Dijon FCO 1-0 Strasbourg
Dijon FCO continued their upward trajectory with a 1-0 win over Strasbourg at the Stade Gaston Gerard.
The winner came seven minutes to halftime through Stephy Mavididi, as Dijon pick up their second win of season.
Brest 2-0 Metz
Brest nailed their second win of the campaign as two first half goals led to a 2-0 win over Metz at home.
Julien Faussurier hit the opener 11 minutes on the clock with Jean-Charles Castelletto supplying the second before halftime, as Metz remain in the bottom-two barrel.