With one round left, Lille kept a six-point lead over Lyon intact.
“It’s beautiful, we wanted to win the match and finish on a high, we validated our ticket,” said Lyon coach Bruno Genesio, who will be leaving at the end of the season.
Playing their final home game, Paris Saint-Germain players received their French champion trophy and celebrated their sixth title in seven seasons with a 4-0 win over Dijon.
The World Cup-winning Mbappe completed a brace just after halftime with a chipped ball over goalkeeper Runar Alex Runarsson to become the first French player to score at least 32 in a season since Philippe Gondet with Nantes in 1966.
SAINT-ETIENNE IN EUROPA LEAGUE
Behind the leading trio, Saint-Etienne secured fourth place and will play in the Europa League after a two-year absence from the second-tier tournament.
Saint-Etienne striker Robert Beric scored twice and Romain Hamouma added a late goal in a buoyant atmosphere at Geoffroy Guichard Stadium as visiting Nice was beaten 3-0.
“It’s a huge step but it’s not over,” Falcao said.
With last-placed Guingamp already guaranteed of going down and 19th-placed Dijon lagging five points behind Monaco, the Principality side needs one more point in Nice next week to be guaranteed of avoiding a relegation playoff.
Runner-up to PSG last term, Monaco went through a calamitous season marked by the sacking and re-hiring of Jardim, who returned after Thierry Henry’s maiden manager experience was a failure.
Bordeaux 0, Reims 1; Guingamp 2, Nimes 2; Montpellier 1, Nantes 1 ; Strasbourg 0, Rennes 2; Toulouse 2, Marseille 5.
Source: FOX Sport