Nice goes top of Ligue 1

 Burak Yilmaz again featured as Lille kept on track to win the Ligue 1 title by beating 10-man Nice 2-0 on Saturday, an outcome that keeps the northern side a point clear of reigning champs Paris Saint-Germain at the highest point of the table with three games left. 

Yilmaz and individual Turkish global Zeki Celik scored the objectives for Lille against a Nice group who played the greater part of the second a large portion of a man diminutive after safeguard Jordan Lotomba was shipped off. 

Veteran striker Yilmaz, 35, had been the motivation with a support as Lille came from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at Lyon a weekend ago and he was additionally the impetus here as Christophe Galtier's side reacted entirely after PSG had beaten Lens 2-1 prior to move temporarily to the highest point. 

Yilmaz scored with a pinpoint low strike into the furthest corner from 20 meters following a Jonathan David lay-off on 13 minutes, and he additionally struck the post in the subsequent half. 

After Lotomba was shown a subsequent yellow card for a foul on Jonathan Bamba toward the beginning of the subsequent half, Celik volleyed in Lille's second objective in the 56th moment as he hooked onto a leeway and volleyed in from right fresh. 

In the event that Lille win their last three games against Lens, Saint-Etienne and Angers, they will be support interestingly since 2011. 

"Three focuses, a spotless sheet, it's acceptable," commander Jose Fonte told telecaster Canal+. 

"It was essential to succeed at home since we hadn't won here for some time, and the fights goes on. We have three troublesome games left and we simply need to continue to battle."

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