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Fantasy AnalysisCavani was introduced at the 70-minute mark and scored soon after to clinch Sunday's victory for PSG. The Uruguayan now has 14 goals in 22 total appearances during his debut Ligue 1 season. Expect Cavani to reclaim his starting spot soon, at which point he and teammate Zlatan Ibrahimovic figure to torment opposing defenses together once again.
Fantasy AnalysisKalou scored two of his three goals from the penalty spot, which brought his total to 10 goals on the season. The Ivory Coast international has strung together a number of man-of-the-match performances this season and Sunday's showing certainly marked such an occasion.
Fantasy AnalysisAyew's goal was his first since joining Sochaux on loan from Marseille in January. Following his second-half introduction, Ayew needed just over a minute to score Sochaux's opening goal.
Fantasy AnalysisAurier has been one of Ligue 1's best players this season, as the 21-year-old now boasts three goals and five assists from his right-back position. That sort of production coupled with strong defensive play has drawn interest in Aurier from abroad, but Toulouse will be happy to have the youngster for the time being.
Fantasy AnalysisYedder has now found the net in three consecutive games, which brings his season total to 10 goals. After scoring 15 times last season, the 23-year-old has maintained his strong play this term.
Fantasy AnalysisSubasic had a shaky performance in Saturday's battle of top-four teams. The goalkeeper should find the sledding a bit easier next weekend, when Monaco faces a Sochaux side currently tied for last in goals scored.
Fantasy AnalysisHamouma struck with his left foot from outside of the penalty box to double Saint Etienne's advantage in Saturday's top-heavy tussle. The midfielder currently leads the French side in goals (eight), while sharing the team-lead in assists (four).
Fantasy AnalysisRuffier has now clinched 14 clean sheets in 27 league games this season. The goalkeeper has held his opponents scoreless in four of his last five outings and is a big reason why Saint Etienne allows fewer than one goal per game thus far.
Fantasy AnalysisNtep joined Rennes at the end of the January transfer window and provided an early return on the club's investment with a goal Sunday. At just 21 years old, Ntep looks to have a bright future, which is supported by his eight goals in 21 appearances across all competitions this season.