League leader Paris Saint-Germain came from behind to win 4-1 at Nantes and maintain its unbeaten start to the season on Saturday.
Yacine Bammou, who worked selling Zlatan Ibrahimovic shirts in the PSG shop little more than two years ago, opened the scoring for Nantes in the 11th minute and hit the post moments later.
PSG was a different side after the break and Ibrahimovic leveled three minutes into the second half with his 108th goal for the club. The Sweden international is one goal away from equaling Pauleta's record as PSG's top scorer.
Substitute Edinson Cavani headed PSG in front in the 73rd and Angel Di Maria, who had set up the previous two, got on the scoresheet himself with 10 minutes remaining. Serge Aurier scored in stoppage time.