Star man ... Kevin Gameiro celebrates one of his goals (Getty Images)
Two first-half goals from Kevin Gameiro ensured Paris Saint-Germain continued its excellent recent form in Ligue 1 with a 2-0 home victory over Sochaux.
Gameiro, who had only played 74 minutes this season before the game, opened the scoring in the 10th minute with the first real opportunity of the match.
The France international increased his chances of a regular starting berth by doubling his tally 12 minutes before the interval and although the host had several chances in the second half, it could not increase the margin of victory.
Second-half goals from Wissam Ben Yedder and Emmanuel Riviere got Toulouse back to winning ways as its strong start to the season continued at Troyes.
And 2-0 was the scoreline too at Nancy, where visitor Montpellier took all three points.
The reigning champion had won just one of its opening six matches prior to this, but second-half goals from Younes Belhanda and Souleymane Camara were enough to lift it into mid-table.
Mehdi Mostefa's 55th-minute volley gave Ajaccio a 1-0 win over Brest which moved it above its opponent and extended its unbeaten run against it to 11 games.
Lorient preserved its unbeaten record thanks to Gilles Sunu's 85th-minute goal at Evian. The visitor had trailed for almost the whole game after Saber Khelifa's early breakthrough.
In the other game, Nice twice led newly-promoted Bastia but had to settle for a 2-2 draw.
Dario Cvitanich (31) and Renato Civelli (57) scored for the home side, with Jerome Rothen (41) and Anthony Modeste (71) replying for the Corsican side.