Nice have maintained their perfect start to the French Ligue 1 season with a 2-0 win at Strasbourg to move to the top of the standings.
Kasper Dolberg opened the scoring from the penalty spot after 37 minutes.
The Danish forward added a second with a neat chip over the onrushing Eiji Kawashima just before the hour as Patrick Vieira's men made it two wins out of two.
Earlier on Saturday, Rennes teenager Eduardo Camavinga marked his call-up to the senior France national team with a goal in the 2-1 home win over Montpellier - with both teams having a player sent off.
An own goal from Damien Le Tallec saw Rennes take the lead in the 22nd minute.
Montpellier then had midfielder Florent Mollet dismissed just before half-time following a VAR review after initially having only been cautioned for a high, studs-up challenge on Faitout Maouassa.
Rennes forward Martin Terrier was shown a red card in the 73rd minute for his late sliding foul on Gaetan Laborde.
With 14 minutes left, Camavinga, the 17-year-old midfielder making his first start of the new campaign, broke away down the left and into the penalty area before slipping a low shot into the far corner.
Laborde headed in a stoppage-time consolation for the visitors.