Marseille win came at a cost - Blanc
Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc acknowledged Sunday's 3-2 win at Marseille came at a significant cost.
The French champions took a significant step towards retaining their Ligue 1 title with a come-from-behind victory at Stade Velodrome.
PSG started the match just two points ahead of third-placed Marseille - and two adrift of Lyon.
But they moved back to the summit with an excellent win that came despite Andre-Pierre Gignac's first-half double for the hosts.
Blaise Matuidi scored for PSG in the first half, but they went in 2-1 down at the break, only for Marquinhos to quickly level before Jeremy Morel's own goal settled a thrilling Le Classique.
Both David Luiz and Thiago Motta limped off with hamstring injuries for Blanc's men, though, dampening his enthusiasm ahead of UEFA Champions League quarter-final against Barcelona later this month.
"We'll savour the victory but we paid an expensive price because we have lost two players," Blanc said.
"That is a problem but we are very happy to have won here at Marseille.
"To have won is a very, very good job done."
Matuidi was simply outstanding for PSG, capping his all-action display with an excellent first-half goal.
And Blanc was full of praise for the midfielder - who he hopes will add more goals to his game.
"[Blaise] Matuidi was amazing with his physical game and he worked hard this week to try and score a goal because we were winding him up a bit," he added.
"He hasn't had much success in front of goal."