- PSG defeat Lyon 2 - 0 at home but match marred by on-field fights by players
- Edison Cavani refused to relinquish set-piece duties to fellow attacker Neymar
- In the first incident Dani Alves refused to given Cavani the ball to play a free-kick
- Own goals from Marcelo and Jeremy Morel gave Unai Emery's side the win
Attackers Edison Cavani and Neymar twice had a fall out over who would be in charge of set-piece duties in PSG's 2 - 0 home win over league rivals Lyon.
The home side won the game thanks to two own goals from Marcelo and Jeremy Morel as Unai Emery's side continued their 100% start to the season after six league games.
The win was however marred by two separate incidents involving two of the club's attackers.
The first incident came when Dani Alves refused to hand Cavani the ball to take a free-kick instead giving it to his country man Neymar to take.
Neymar's attempt was however punched behind as the Paris club chased the game.
The second came when Cavani refused to hand Neymar the ball for a penalty with the Uruguayan succeeding this time but his effort was also saved.
PSG still secured the win as they sit top of the Ligue 1 standings with maximum points after six games.
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