Paris Holy person Germain's unremarkable disagreement Ligue 1 went on as they tumbled to a last-wheeze 1-1 draw at home against Stade de Reims subsequent to being diminished to 10 men on Sunday.
Neymar scored from the get-go in the last part before Marco Verratti was shown a straight red card not long after coming on as a substitute, with Folarin Balogun balancing six minutes into stoppage time.
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PSG, who again needed inventiveness, passed up a chance to stretch out their Ligue 1 lead to five focuses after the pursuing pack of RC Focal point. Marseille and Monaco additionally snatched just a single point on Saturday.
The capital side, who had lost two of their three past games, have 48 focuses from 20 games with Focal point on 45 and Marseille on 43 in an open title race.
Reims are eleventh on 26 focuses in the wake of extending their Ligue 1 unbeaten hurry to 12 games.
“I don't have the words to portray this match. We want to adjust our attitude,” said PSG midfielder Danilo Pereira. “We must have the option to experience together. In the event that we can't do that being extreme as far as we're concerned is going.”
PSG began with Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi and Neymar interestingly this year yet rested through the initial half, which they finished with a solitary shot while Reims, who played with a smaller guard, compromised through Marshall Munetsi, Alexis Flips and Balogun.
It provoked mentor Christophe Galtier to substitute Vitinha with Verratti in midfield and the Italy worldwide had a quick effect as PSG at last applied some tension.
In the 51st moment, Messi's shot was avoided into the way of Neymar, who spilled past Yehvann Diouf prior to jabbing the ball home.
Verratti's commitment, notwithstanding, stopped following 14 minutes as he got a red card after a VAR survey for a harsh tackle on Junya Ito.
Be that as it may, PSG kept on ruling with Sergio Ramos coming close with a twofold header and Achraf Hakimi having an objective denied for offside.
As it appeared to be the home side would pull off three focuses, Balogun ran past Ramos prior to spilling past Gianluigi Donnarumma and placing the ball into a vacant net for a merited balancer, his eleventh association objective of the time.
Prior, Lyon guaranteed a 2-0 win at AC Ajaccio for their most memorable triumph in their last four association games thanks to objectives by Johann Lepenant and Alexandre Lacazette.
Emotions raged after the last whistle as a fight emitted between staff individuals from the two sides.