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European Roundup: PSG held by Amiens in eight-goal thriller

:Headline: European Roundup: PSG held by Amiens in eight-goal thriller:
PSG trailed 3-0 after 40 minutes but led going into added time.

Serhou Guirassy's stoppage-time equaliser clinched lowly Amiens a thrilling 4-4 home draw against Ligue 1 leaders Paris St Germain.

PSG produced a stunning second-half fightback to lead 4-3 through Mauro Icardi's effort, having trailed 3-0 after 40 minutes.

But Amiens forward Guirassy fired home his second of the game in the first minute of added time to deny the French champions maximum points.

First-half goals from Amiens trio Guirassy, Gael Kakuta and Fousseni Diabate rocked PSG, who responded through Ander Herrera on the stroke of half-time.

PSG's teenage defender Tanguy Kouassi headed home twice in five minutes to haul his side level and Icardi struck in the 74th minute, but Guirassy rescued a point for Amiens, who remain winless in the league since November 2.

Bordeaux moved up two places to sixth despite being held 2-2 at home by Dijon, for whom Mounir Chouiar struck twice.

Chouiar opened the scoring and after Bordeaux had turned it round through Hwang Ui-jo and Jimmy Briand, the Djion forward fired home an equaliser.

Nice also climbed two places, up to ninth, after a 2-0 victory at nine-man Toulouse thanks to goals from Pierre Lees-Melou and Christophe Herelle's stoppage-time effort.

Toulouse pair Ruben Gabrielsen and Steven Moreira were shown straight red cards in either half for bad fouls, the latter's upgraded by VAR.

Moussa Kone boosted Nimes' survival hopes with the only goal at home against Angers, for whom Casimir Ninga was shown a straight red card for his second-half foul on Zinedine Ferhat.

Metz midfielder Farid Boulaya was also dismissed following a reckless challenge in his side's goalless draw at Nantes.

Barcelona moved level on points with LaLiga leaders Real Madrid with a hard-fought 2-1 home win against surprise package Getafe.

Allan Nyom's first-half effort for Getafe, who remain third, was ruled out by VAR for a foul before Antoine Griezmann and Sergi Roberto put Barca 2-0 up at the break.

Angel Rodriguez volleyed Getafe back into it midway through the second period and was denied a late equaliser by Barca goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen's brilliant save.

Moi Gomez clinched Villarreal a 2-1 home win against Levante after Gerard Moreno's early opener had been cancelled out by visiting striker Borja Mayoral.

Carlos Fernandez scored deep in stoppage time to snatch Granada a 2-1 home win against Real Valladolid after team-mate Antonio Puertas's late equaliser had cancelled out Sergi Guardiola's opener for the visitors.

Cucho Hernandez clinched Mallorca a valuable 1-0 home win against Alaves to lift his side one point clear of the relegation zone.

Atalanta opened up a six-point gap on fifth-placed Roma in Serie A after beating them 2-1 at the Gewiss Stadium.

Edin Dzeko gave Roma a half-time lead, but Atalanta hit back through Jose Luis Palomino and Mario Pasalic to stay fourth and extend their unbeaten league run to four games. The visitors slipped to a third straight defeat.

Bologna missed the chance to climb into a Europa League place as they lost 3-0 at home to relegation battlers Genoa and ended the game with nine men.

First-half goals from Adama Soumaoro and Antonio Sanabria sandwiched Jerdy Schouten's straight red card – upgraded by VAR for his foul on Valon Behrami.

Stefano Denswil was shown his second yellow card in the closing stages for his challenge on Stefano Sturaro and Domenico Criscito converted the subsequent penalty.

Zan Majer sealed Lecce a 2-1 home win over bottom club SPAL, for whom Andrea Petagna had earlier cancelled out Marco Mancosu's first-half penalty.

In the Bundesliga, RB Leipzig halted a four-game winless run to return to the top with a comfortable 3-0 home win against Werder Bremen.

Goals from Lukas Klostermann, Patrik Schick and Nordi Mukiele lifted Leipzig two points above Bayern Munich, who play at Cologne on Sunday.

Borussia Monchengladbach climbed up two places to fourth, with Jonas Hofmann, Lars Stindl's double and Florian Neuhaus securing them a 4-1 win at Fortuna Dussledorf.

Bayer Leverkusen remain fifth after Karim Bellarabi's stoppage-time effort snatched a 3-2 win at Union Berlin and Freiburg moved up one place to seventh after drawing 1-1 at Augsburg.

Wout Weghorst's hat-trick helped Wolfsburg to a 3-2 win at Hoffenheim and Paderborn remain bottom after losing 2-1 at home to Hertha Berlin.

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