What you need to know:
- Neymar set up Angel Di Maria to score an 88th-minute winner in the closely contested affair between two French giants.
- Kipchoge was pictured with Kylian Mbappe, who did not feature in this match, before kick off with the French club releasing a video of the Kenyan two-time Olympic marathon gold medallist inside the stadium before kick off.
World marathon record holder, Eliud Kipchoge was at the Parc des Princes as Paris Saint-Germain came from behind once again, this time to beat reigning French champions Lille 2-1 on Friday.
Neymar set up Angel Di Maria to score an 88th-minute winner in the closely contested affair between two French giants.
Kipchoge was pictured with Kylian Mbappe, who did not feature in this match, before kick off with the French club releasing a video of the Kenyan two-time Olympic marathon gold medallist inside the stadium wishing them the best during the encounter.
With Mbappe out and struggling Lionel Messi taken off at half-time, PSG needed captain Marquinhos to equalise in the 74th minute after Jonathan David had given the away side a first-half lead at the Parc des Princes.
Di Maria had set up the equaliser and he then arrived to fire low into the net from Neymar's lay-off and secure a win that allows PSG to extend their lead at the top of Ligue 1 to a massive 10 points over second-placed Lens before the rest of the weekend's games.
Nevertheless this was another in a long line of disjointed displays from Mauricio Pochettino's team and the coach will again have questions to answer.
It was the third time in four home league games that PSG have come from behind to score a late winning goal, and here it came against a Lille side who are in mid-table after a poor start to their title defence.
The absence of top-scorer Mbappe due to illness did not help, nor did that of injured playmaker Marco Verratti.
Messi's goal drought
Meanwhile Messi was taken off at the interval and is still without a goal after five appearances in Ligue 1. That record is surely not what anyone expected from him when he arrived in August.
The six-time Ballon d'Or winner may have been expected to fill his boots in a league that is often unfairly derided. Perhaps he eventually will start scoring for fun in France, but he will go into November still looking to break his duck.
To be fair Messi has been making an impact in the Champions League, with three goals in three appearances in Europe.
His premature substitution here was almost certainly a precautionary measure ahead of Wednesday's Champions League clash with RB Leipzig in Germany -– the Argentinian had been struggling with a minor injury during the week.
Neymar's form has also been a source of concern, and the Brazilian still has just one goal to his name this season, and that from a penalty.
Here the world's most expensive player sometimes cut a frustrated figure and talked his way into a late booking, but that was before he teed up Di Maria for the winner.
Earlier Lille were rewarded for a fine first-half showing with the opening goal just after the half-hour mark.
Burak Yilmaz, who had come close to scoring in the first minute, got to the byline and cut the ball back for Canada striker David to turn it into the net from close range.
Yilmaz was then denied by Gianluigi Donnarumma early in the second half but PSG pushed in search of an equaliser and eventually got it as Di Maria's chipped ball from the byline was turned in by Marquinhos.
Mauro Icardi, who had replaced Messi at the break, missed a great chance to win it for the home side before Di Maria struck.
Second-placed Lens are in action on Saturday away to Lyon.