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18:31 GMT 15/02/2020
PSG thought they had overcome a three-goal deficit, along with the absences of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, only for Amiens to snatch a draw.
Serhou Guirassy, Gael Kakuta and Fousseni Diabate all struck inside 40 minutes as struggling Amiens made an extraordinary start.
But PSG, who were playing without Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Pablo Sarabia, recovered to move to the brink of a memorable victory.
They equalled a Ligue 1 record by scoring in 32 straight away games when Ander Herrera got his first PSG goal just before the break, after which Nianzou Kouassi twice headed in to draw the visitors level.
Mauro Icardi thought he had completed the comeback when he tapped in, but Guirassy had the last word as Amiens salvaged a draw in the first minute of added time.
2012 – Paris have conceded 3 goals in the first half of a Ligue 1 game for the 1st time since February 2012 against Lyon (2-3 at half-time, 4-4 at the end). Surprise.#ASCPSG pic.twitter.com/nLMgnMsHfg
— OptaJean (@OptaJean) February 15, 2020