PARIS (AP) -- Paris Saint-Germain kept a three-point lead over Montpellier at the top of the French league when Nene scored twice in a 3-1 win over Evian on Saturday.
Evian defender Cedric Cambon diverted home a half-volley from Olivier Sorlin on the stroke of halftime.
But PSG winger Jeremy Menez played Nene in and the Brazilian midfielder dribbled past Evian goalkeeper Stephan Andersen to level in the 47th minute.
Nene notched his 11th goal this season to give PSG the lead, converting a penalty after Menez was fouled inside the area. He was denied by Andersen in the 89th, but PSG striker Kevin Gameiro followed up to seal the win.
Italy international Thiago Motta made his French league debut. The PSG midfielder started the match and received a yellow card in the 39th for fouling Sorlin.
Also, it was: Montpellier 1, Brest 0; Nancy 0, Rennes 0; Dijon 1, Valenciennes 2; and Ajaccio 1, Nice 1.
The match between Saint-Etienne and Lorient was suspended after 10 minutes because the pitch was covered with ice. It was postponed to a date yet to be announced.
Bordeaux played Toulouse later Saturday.
In Montpellier, winger Geoffrey Dernis deflected a shot from Remy Cabella to score the winning goal in the 40th.
Midfielders Renaud Cohade and Gael Danic scored for Valenciennes.
Cohade capitalized on a counterattack in the third minute to beat Dijon goalkeeper Baptiste Reynet. Danic doubled the lead with a close-range effort in the 43rd before Gregory Thil scored a consolation goal for Dijon with a header in stoppage time.
In Ajaccio, Brazilian striker Eduardo converted a penalty in the 57th after Nice defender Kevin Gomis fouled Frederic Sammaritano.
But Nice substitute Esmael Goncalves took advantage of a blunder from the Ajaccio defense to beat goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa in the 84th.