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Fantasy AnalysisErding came on for Ricky van Wolfswinkel in the 72nd minute and bagged his fifth goal of the season and second in the last three league matches. He's moving in-and-out of the starting XI, which makes him a very inconsistent fantasy option.
Fantasy AnalysisBerigaud took three shots on the day, with two landing on target, while bagging his fourth goal of the season, three of which have come since Jan. 9. While he looked to be far off from matching last year's total of 10 goals, his recent run of play could allow him to get close by season's end.
Fantasy AnalysisDespite the muted output, Lacazette still has a seven-goal gap for the Ligue 1 lead, and he'll look to increase it Saturday against Lille.
Fantasy AnalysisThe 19-year-old doesn't get much playing time, but he got the surprise start Saturday and made the most of it, netting for the firs time since Jan. 10 against Bastia. Given the talent across the board for PSG, he's unlikely to land a consistent starting job.
Fantasy AnalysisSilva's goal came on a header after some jostling in the box and was the final score of the game. It was his first goal of the season, as he's primarily a stay-at-home central defender, leaving David Luiz to sneak up every so often.
Fantasy AnalysisYedder's goal broke a lengthy goal spell, as he hadn't netted in Ligue 1 play since Nov. 8 against Metz. He now has eight goals this season, but only two have come after Oct. 5, which was the final game of a four-match goal streak.
Fantasy AnalysisDespite not playing since scoring against Metz back on Jan. 25, Lacazette still has the Ligue 1 goal lead with 21, seven ahead of Marseille's Andre-Pierre Gignac.
Fantasy AnalysisMatuidi's lone shot was on target and he added another key pass in addition to his successful crosses, making him one of the better fantasy producer in a game that turned out to have limited fireworks.
Fantasy AnalysisCavani barely missed another goal that would have been the match-winner, but it tricked ever so closely away from goal. The score was his fifth in six Champions League matches this season.
Fantasy AnalysisN'Jie has now scored two huge goals since returning from the African Cup of Nations. Not only did the 21-year-old Cameroonian score Lyon's lone goal versus title challengers Paris Saint-Germain last weekend, but his goal against bottom-half side Lorient earned his team one point to extend their narrow league-lead Sunday. So while Lyon goal-machine Alexandre Lacazette (thigh) is nearing a return, N'Jie's recent performances, along with his impressive total of five assists, should still boost his playing opportunities in upcoming matches.