A goal in the third minute of injury time from Clement Grenier gave Lyon a 2-1 win at champions Montpellier on Friday to keep their slim French title hopes alive.
The win moved Lyon into second place on 59 points, one ahead of Marseille, who have a game in hand, but eight behind leaders Paris Saint-Germain.
Grenier's potentialy decisive strike came after a corner from Yoann Gourcuff was only half-cleared by an Abdelhamid El-Kaoutari header.
The ball fell for Grenier whose half-volley from the edge of the penalty area found the net off the crossbar.
Lisandro Lopez had put Lyon ahead in the 26th minute after being set-up by Gourcuff and Grenier.
But Moroccan international Younes Belhanda levelled five minutes before the interval with a fine individual goal.
Despite the three points, Lyon can be replaced in second place on Saturday when Marseille host relegation-threatened Brest.