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PARIS -- Paris Saint-Germain dug deep to come back from two goals down and draw 2-2 at Saint-Etienne on Sunday, extending its unbeaten record to 30 games and staying ahead of Monaco on goal difference at the top of the French league. After Edinson Cavani had pulled a goal back for PSG, midfielder Blaise Matuidi scored a fortuitous goal deep into injury time as PSG took advantage of playing with an extra man for most of the second half after Saint-Etienne midfielder Fabien Lemoine was sent off. "It was a difficult night for us, it was an intense game," PSG coach Laurent Blanc said. "Saint-Etienne are really good at home and they dont let you breathe." Saint-Etienne rocked PSG as it played without fear and took the game to Blancs side. Last season, Saint-Etienne won away to PSG, drew at home and knocked PSG out of the League Cup quarterfinals, and it looked in complete control after goals from wingers Benjamin Corgnet and Romain Hamouma. "I think we were too average to get the three points and Saint-Etienne deserved at least a point," Blanc said. But after Lemoines red card in the 58th minute, Cavani turned in Maxwells cross from the left 10 minutes later for his seventh goal of the season and then Matuidis lofted pass beat goalkeeper Stephane Ruffier after bouncing in front of him with Cavani almost getting the final touch. "I am proud of my players, but I feel disappointed for them because we gave everything and we caved in with a player less," Saint-Etienne coach Christophe Galtier said. "Its a shame, but the crowd can be proud of them." Earlier, Monaco beat Lyon 2-1 thanks to Radamel Falcaos eighth goal of the season and Mounir Obbadis first. PSG spent most of the first half on the back foot as Corgnet went close with a shot from 25 metres and then scored in the 18th minute following a bad error from PSG centre half Marquinhos. The Brazilian was far too casual as he cleared the ball and hit it straight to Hamouma. He then teed up Corgnet just inside the penalty area and his first-time shot flew past PSG goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu and into the top right corner. Brazilian striker Brandao went close to doubling Saint-Etiennes lead but dragged his shot just wide of the post in the 29th, and midfielder Loic Perrin headed wide from a corner for a dominant home side. The second goal came in the 51st when Sirigu came out to claim a cross and fumbled the ball as centre half Alex jumped up at the same time as him. The loose ball fell to Marquinhos, but his terrible clearance bounced off Thiago Mottas leg and fell to Hamouma, who clipped it into the net. "If you dont play well against teams like this youre in trouble and thats what happened," Blanc said. "We made two huge errors in defence and we were punished." PSG was thrown a lifeline when Lemoine got a second yellow card for a foul on Ezequiel Lavezzi. Lemoine, with blood pouring from his face following the challenge, had to be restrained and then dragged away by Saint-Etiennes staff as he furiously contested the decision. "We deserved the win, but we have to keep this attitude if we want to do well this season," Hamouma said. "The red card changed everything." It became increasingly hard for Saint-Etienne to hold out and Cavanis goal set up a frantic finale. "We showed that we have character and heart and were still unbeaten," Matuidi said. "But we came up against a great Saint-Etienne side and a great crowd. We lost games like this last season but this time we came back to 2-2." Earlier, Obbadi gave Monaco the lead with a powerful half-volley into the top right corner. Falcao added a another goal in the first half with a clinical finish before striker Bafetimbi Gomis pulled a goal back for Lyon after the break. Falcao had not scored in his previous three league games but put an end to his mini-slump in fine style. A long pass from defence deflected off the back of midfielder Joao Moutinho and fell to Falcao. He sprinted into the penalty area down the right, beat the left back for pace and expertly chipped the ball over Lopes as he charged off his line. "Falcao works hard for the team, he closes down, he holds the ball up," Monaco coach Claudio Ranieri said. "Everyone should try and play for him more." Also, Cheick Dibate and Ludovic Obraniak scored late goals as Bordeaux beat 10-man Montpellier 2-0. Michael Floyd Cardinals Jersey . PAUL, Minn. John Brown Jersey . But the left-hander knows that getting to this point -- nearly two years removed from shoulder surgery -- was anything but easy. http://www.officialcardinals.us.com/Bla … ersey.html . -- Michael Phelps has competed in the second event of his comeback and failed to advance to the 50-meter freestyle final. Two Tone Calais Campbell Mens Elite Jersey . The new Romo deal, which is being reported by the Dallas Morning News, will save the team another $10 million. According to the report, the new deal drops Romos salary-cap figure from $21. Pat Tillman . Victoria now has a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series for Canadas senior indoor lacrosse championship. Jeff Shattler had a pair of goals and four assists for the Shamrocks, while Scott Ranger, Karsen Leung and Mitch Jones chipped in as well.PITTSBURGH -- If Pittsburgh Penguins rookie defenceman Olli Maatta was nervous, it certainly didnt show. Maatta sealed the Penguins season-high sixth straight victory when he scored on a third-period penalty shot Thursday night, and Pittsburgh beat the Minnesota Wild 5-2. "I was nervous, for sure, but I think thats the only move that Ive got and it worked," Maatta said. "I thought he got it at first and then I saw it go in so I was pretty excited." Chris Kunitz scored his 19th goal, Pascal Dupuis and Brandon Sutter each scored for the second consecutive game, and defenceman Matt Niskanen also tallied for Pittsburgh, which has won 11 of 12 overall and a season-high nine straight home games. Penguins captain Sidney Crosby added two assists, extending his season-best point streak to nine games. He leads the league with 51 points. Jason Pominville netted his team-high 16th goal and Dany Heatley scored 3:13 into the third period for the Wild, turning a three-goal deficit into a 4-2 game. "We were not ready to play the game hard enough and thats something that we have to look at ourselves in the mirror," said Wild head coach Mike Yeo, a former assistant at Pittsburgh. "To come out and get out-battled and outworked was disappointing." The Wild had an opportunity to make it a one-goal game shortly after with a 5-on-3 power play for 1:46, but the Penguins killed both penalties. Maatta was awarded a penalty shot after he was hauled down by Jonas Brodin on a breakaway while coming out of the penalty box. "Thats the game, depending on what happens there," Crosby said. "If they score on that power play its a different game and theyre one away from tying it." Instead, the 19-year-old Maatta, who made the team out of training camp, scored his third career goal on his first career penalty shot, part of a his first career three-point night. He is the second defenceman in team history to score on a penalty shot. "To step up on a penalty shot like that, and put it in was huge," Crosby said. "Its nice to see him capitalize. Hes been playing well for us all year." Maatta and Niskanen, his defence partner, have also shouldered the load while five of the teams top six defenceman missed a third straight game. The bigger role for the young rookie includes increased minutes -- he played almost a career-best 30 Wednesday night -- and matchups against the oppositions top line. "Thats a tall order, but the confidence and steadiness and consistency in which he played has been maybe the best in the last three or four games," Penguins head coach Dan Bylsma said of Maatta. The Penguins, playing for the fifth time in nine nighhts, were also without star forward Evgeni Malkin for the third straight game.ddddddddddddMalkin, third in the league in scoring, injured his left leg last Saturday at Detroit. Penguins forward James Neal returned to the lineup following a five-game suspension for kneeing Bostons Brad Marchand in the head during a 3-2 loss to the Bruins. Neal was involved in a fight and had an assist. The Wild are in the midst of a stretch where they play seven of eight on the road. They played their first game without starting goalie Josh Harding, who was placed on injured reserve Wednesday. Its a move that allows Harding time to make adjustments to medication for his multiple sclerosis. Harding, expected to return Dec. 27 at Winnipeg, led the league in goals-against average and ranked second in save percentage entering Thursday. It was a homecoming for Wild forward Matt Cooke, playing his first game in Pittsburgh where he spent five seasons before leaving this past summer by free agency. Cooke, an instrumental piece of the Penguins 2009 Stanley Cup run, has just 20 penalty minutes in 36 games this season, but he was a polarizing figure in Pittsburgh, serving multiple suspensions for several hits. He was recognized in the first period with a scoreboard video tribute. Dupuis opened the scoring 49 seconds into the game, slamming home a rebound from the top of the crease. Niklas Backstrom had trouble handling the initial shot, giving up a rebound -- tipped in the air by Crosby -- that fell into the paint, allowing Dupuis to give the Penguins the early lead. The Penguins struck less than two minutes into the second period as Sutter scored his eighth of the season, a turning shot from the left faceoff dot. Niskanen, who also logged nearly 30 minutes of ice time Wednesday at New York, netted a power-play goal less than two minutes later with a slap shot from the point that got past a screened Backstrom. Kunitz gave the Penguins a 4-0 lead seconds after a fight between Neal and Wild defenceman Keith Ballard, the third fight in two periods. Crosby set up the goal with a no-look backhand pass from the corner to Kunitz, who buried a one-timer past Backstrom. Pominville got the Wild on the board 37 seconds later, re-directing Nino Niederreiters shot behind Jeff Zatkoff, who won his sixth straight game. NOTES: The Penguins are 21-2 when scoring the first goal. .... Penguins forward Jayson Megna will miss the next six weeks with a lower body injury. . Justin Fontaine, former Penguin Mike Rupp and Nate Prosser were healthy scratches for Minnesota, while Brian Gibbons sat out for Pittsburgh. The Penguins host Calgary Saturday, while Minnesota visits the New York Rangers on Sunday. ' ' '

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