EDINSON CAVANI redeemed an early penalty miss with a late goal as PSG beat Troyes 2-0.
It took 72 minutes, but Neymar broke the deadlock at Parc des Princes with a sublime strike.
The French top-flight leaders struggled to start with against Jean-Louis Garcia’s much-improved squad.
The 30-year-old’s attempt was saved by Mamadou Samassa and the two sides went into the interval level.
World record signing Neymar broke the deadlock with a tidy left foot finish with just 18 minutes left to go.
He picked up the ball close to Troyes’ penalty area, before touching the ball inside and firing a low strike past Samassa.
He has now scored eight goals for the French giants in the French top-flight.
Cavani then redeemed his penalty nightmare with a goal to put the game to bed in the 89th minute.
The ball round to the Uruguayan ace in the area and he slammed the ball into the back of the net.
He has now bagged 17 goals for Unai Emery’s side this term.
PSG continue their domination at the top of the table and now sit 10 points clear of Marseille.
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