Memphis Depay celebrates after his stoppage-time winner. (Getty)
Second-place Lyon dealt PSG just its second Ligue 1 loss of the season with two stunning goals on Sunday.
The second of the two was a stoppage-time golazo from Memphis Depay to beat the league-leaders in dramatic fashion:
Nabil Fekir had given Lyon a lead in the second minute with a wondergoal of his own.
From a free kick 35 minutes out, and well wide of the 18-yard box, Fekir caught PSG goalkeeper Alphonse Areola cheating toward the middle of his area, expecting a cross. The French winger struck a long-range shot just inside the near post:
PSG equalized shortly before halftime. Layvin Kurzawa laced a sweet volley in off the crossbar:
But Dani Alves picked up a second-half red card. Lyon, from that point forward, always looked like the more likely winner. Depay came off the bench with 21 minutes remaining, and struck at the death.
PSG still has an eight-point lead in the league, and will almost certainly top it. But it’s still not head and shoulders above the pack. Only head. Depay made sure of that.