On Friday, Marseille climbed to the top of Ligue 1 by opening the weekend with a 3-0 win over Angers to overtake Paris Saint-Germain.
Left winger Jonathan Klauss scored one goal and scored two more as Marseille scored a point ahead of Paris Saint-Germain, who are struggling to host Nice on Saturday.
The home team dominated the first 35 minutes, beating off the sloppy and slow Marseille team.
But the owners could not help but take risks. Nabil Bentaleb was closest when he hit the near post.
At the other end, Luis Suarez was closer to the corner flag than to the goal with a sliced shot.
Angers paid the price for missed opportunities.
A few seconds after Adrian Unou shot wide of Marseille’s goal from close range, Klauss put the visitors ahead.
Marseille quickly moved the ball into the center of the field, and Suarez found that Klaus was breaking free from the left.
The full-back rushed to the penalty area, then missed a couple of defenders, and then shot with his left foot into the post and past goalkeeper Yahya Fofana.
Before the break, Suarez, unnoticed in front of the gate, shot wide.
Suarez found the target after 50 minutes. Klaus intercepted a sloppy take-out in the middle line and shot into the penalty area.
This time he caught up with Suarez. The Colombian controlled the ball and finished it off.
Klauss scored another goal in the 59th minute, selecting Gerson at the far post, who fired a shot wide of Fofana.
The game then returned to its previous pattern, with Angers creating and losing chances before Marseille ended the match by rolling the ball at walking speed.
Marseille was weakened by prohibitions. Coach Igor Tudor was sent off for accumulating yellow cards and midfielder Nuno Tavares was suspended.