Dhorasoo, who will leave Lyon at the end of the season, was set up in the box by winger Florent Malouda to equalise against his former club with a low shot three minutes from time. Bordeaux had opened the scoring on the hour through Marouane Chamakh, who struck his fifth goal of the season following a corner by Pablo Francia.
Monaco two points behind
Lyon still top the standings with 70 points from 34 matches but AS Monaco FC, who won 2-1 at OGC Nice on Friday, are now only two points behind with four games left.
'A good point'
Paris Saint-Germain FC, who were held 0-0 on Saturday by RC Strasbourg, are third with 67 points and face Lyon in the penultimate game of the season. "It's a good point, which can be useful at the end of the season," said Lyon coach Paul Le Guen.
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