Amiens 2 PSG 2: Edinson Cavani and Christopher Nkunku net for champions — but they are pegged back late on

However, they are still on course to beat their own record tally of 96, achieved in the 2015-16 season.

Christoper Nkunku's 64th-minute goal appeared to have given the champions their 30th victory in 36 matches.

However, Mousaa Konate's second equaliser on the night for Amiens meant the hosts took home a share of the spoils.

Edinson Cavani opened the scoring on 26 minutes when, following a neat exchange between Javier Pastore and Angel Di Maria, he was played in with a neat ball by the latter.

The former Napoli striker timed his run to perfection and slotted the ball underneath Amiens goalkeeper Regis Gurtner for goal no 28 of the campaign.

Amiens' first equaloer came two minutes after half-time when Konate drilled a low shot into the bottom corner. But Nkunku put the visitors back in front with a lovely curled effort from the edge of the box.

However, Konate struck again ten minutes from time after receiving a ball from ex-Chelsea man Gael Kakuta and smashing the ball past Alphonse Areola.

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PSG came close to nicking it in stoppage time when second half substitute Kylian Mbappe skewed his shot wide from close range.

It is their second 2-2 draw in a row, having come from 2-0 down to end last weekend's home clash with Guingamp by the same scoreline.

The result means victories in their final two matches would see PSG hit a personal best of 98 points.

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