Paris Saint-Germain won again on Wednesday thanks to a goal deep into injury time in Ligue 1. Three days after the break against Olympique Lyon, the Parisians triumphed 1-2 at last FC Metz.

Bosz's Lyon, in turn, turned a backlog.

Achraf Hakimi, who was taken over from Internazionale for 80 million euros last summer, put the visitors at 1-1 after five minutes of play.

FC Metz came alongside on the stroke of half-time via Kiki Kouyate.

Only in the fourth minute of injury time did PSG make the winning 1-2.

Once again it was right back Hakimi who was accurate with the team of coach Mauricio Pochettino, who is still clear in Ligue 1 thanks to the victory after seven matches.

Pochettino was unable to use the injured Lionel Messi in Metz.

The Argentinian was substituted for Olympique Lyon last Sunday and was not happy with that.

Afterwards he was found to have suffered an injury.

PSG also won 2-1 in that game with a goal in stoppage time.

Bosz's Lyon straightened out in Ligue 1 by winning 3-1 at home against Troyes AC.

The home team was still behind at halftime, but after the interruption, Xherdan Shaqiri, Emerson and Lucas Paquetá still gave the Dutch coach the victory.

For newcomer Shaqiri it was his first goal in the service of Lyon.

Calvin Stengs, Justin Kluivert and Pablo Rosario suffered the first loss of the season (1-0) at FC Lorient.

Kluivert was sidelined after 24 minutes with an injury.

Stengs took his place.

Myron Boadu has not scored for AS Monaco in 265 minutes.

Myron Boadu has not scored for AS Monaco in 265 minutes.

Photo: Getty Images

Boadu doesn't score again for Monaco

Earlier in the evening, Myron Boadu again failed to score for AS Monaco.

The former AZ striker saw his team beat AS Saint-Étienne 3-1, but was unable to claim a leading role and was taken off the field early.

Twenty-year-old Boadu started for the first time since August 13 at AS Monaco, but he was unable to grace his return in the line-up with a goal.

The striker didn't get a chance and was taken off after an hour of play, leaving him without a goal at Monaco for 265 minutes.

Although Boadu failed to score, AS Monaco took the lead after half an hour through Kevin Volland.

Despite the red card for goalkeeper Etienne Green, Saint-Étienne came alongside just before half-time via Denis Bouanga.

Substitute Wissam Ben Yedder, who relieved Boadu, put Monaco at 2-1 within a minute of his substitute by using a penalty.

The French routine shot the home team into safe harbor in the final phase of the game.

After two defeats in a row, Sven Botman won again with Lille OSC.

The reigning champion of France was 2-1 too strong for the Stade de Reims of Mitchell van Bergen and Azor Matusiwa.

Goalkeeper Marco Bizot lost with Stade Brestois against FC Nantes, while Javairô Dilrosun's Girondins de Bordeaux got stuck in a spectacle at 3-3 against Montpellier HSC.

View the results, the program and the position in the Ligue 1