"We dominated the first half and controlled the game knowing what we had to do," said Real Madrid boss Rafael Benítez said after his side's 1-1 draw at derby rivals Atlético Madrid. "We've dropped two points. We were leading and we made errors, with the penalty and for their goal. We were also a little imprecise with our counterattacks."
Zlatan Ibrahimović struck twice from the spot to surpass Pauleta as Paris's all-time leading scorer and clinch a comeback win for Paris in Le Classique. Michy Batshuayi had put Marseille ahead against their arch-rivals on the half-hour, but Ibrahimović converted a pair of penalties close to half-time to take his Paris tally to 110 goals, before Kevin Trapp kept out a penalty from Abdelaziz Barrada.