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It's all over at the Parc des Princes and Monaco are top thanks to Bernardo Silva's late, late equaliser.
The Portuguese midfielder sees a long-range effort blocked but Monaco keep the move alive and his second effort from 20 yards creeps past an unsighted Areola.
As it stands Monaco are returning to the top on goal difference and we're deep into the five added minutes.
Monaco have five added minutes to rescue a point.
Kylian Mbappe is on for Tiemoue Bakayoko for Monaco.
Goncalo Gueses is on for his PSG debut following his move from Benfica. He replaces Draxler, who won the vital penalty. Monaco have four minutes plus stoppage time to find an equaliser.
Cavani drills a powerful low penalty past Danijel Subasic to give PSG the vital breakthrough.
As it stands, PSG are going level on points with second-placed Monaco and a point behind leaders Nice.
The home side have a penalty for a foul on Draxler.
Monaco make their first change as Joao Moutinho replaces Valere Germain.
Another issue for PSG, but this time it is sorted more easily as Meunier replaces a missing contact lens.
It's all over. Real Madrid go four points clear of Barcelona and Sevilla at the top of La Liga - and they have a game in hand.
And what's impressive about how comfortable their win was today is that you could easily forget Real Sociedad are fifth and would have gone into the Champions League places above Atletico Madrid with a win today.
A rare chance for PSG in the second half comes to nothing, and it's a very good opportunity for Di Maria. Meunier's excellent run down the right gets him to the byline and his cross finds Di Maria, who misdirects his shot high and wide.
Real Madrid's second correctly disallowed goal of the game as Cristiano Ronaldo tucks home Isco's pass but he was offside when the ball was played. It's so comfortable.
It took 12 seconds for Real Madrid's third goal from the gloves of Keylor Navas to Alvaro Morata heading home.
Twenty five minutes remaining and Monaco are making the running, but Areola has been equal to the visitors' long-range efforts since replacing Trapp.
Real Madrid make their final change as Lucas Vazquez, fresh from an assist, comes off for Marco Asensio.
Real Madrid break from the back quickly and Danilo plays Lucas Vazquez down the right. The Spanish winger crosses in and Alvaro Morata's diving low header absolutely puts the game beyond any doubt.
It was only a matter of time. Here comes Angel di Maria for PSG in place of Lucas. He has 30 minutes to make his mark.
Off comes Real Madrid's goalscorer turned assister Mateo Kovacic. On comes Isco.
Real Sociedad make a switch too as midfielder Esteban Granero enters the mix. Sergio Canales is withdrawn.
An unusual one as Real Sociedad debutant Kevin Rodrigues' shot is deflected up into the air and Keylor Navas has to catch it before it loops over him in and in. Fifteen minutes left for the visitors. (And the hosts. It's 15 minutes left for everyone.)
Game over. Real Sociedad are down to 10 men Inigo Martinez gets his second booking for a ridiculously mis-timed swinging kick on Casemiro.
Another chance for Real Madrid as goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli plays the ball straight to Lucas Vazquez, but the winger's shot is saved by the keeper.
A big blow for PSG as goalkeeper Trapp grabs his hamstring after saving a shot from Thomas Lemar. He is replaced in goal by Alphonse Areola for the final 37 minutes.
Real Madrid think it's 3-0 as Alvaro Morata heads home Cristiano Ronaldo's driven-in free-kick, but the Spain striker was offside. Just.
Bashir Musa Liman: Madrid fans are ungrateful. Ronaldo has scored 20 goals in 24 games and 13 in his last 13 matches and fans still booed him.
A lot of whistles at the Bernabeu (again) as Inigo Martinez brings down Mateo Kovacic and escapes a second booking. He was shown a yellow in the first five minutes.
Moments later, Real Sociedad debutant Kevin Rodrigues is booked for fouling Lucas Vazquez.
Real Madrid full-back Nacho is running through on goal and hurdles Raul Navas' tackle before falling over. Had he run on and made contact, instead of trying to avoid it, he'd have had a free-kick.
Almost an instant breakthrough less than a minute into the second half, but Kevin Trapp makes an excellent save to keep out Radamel Falcao's shot on the turn for Monaco.
Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema is substituted off to plenty of jeers, but some applause too. On comes Alvaro Morata.
The second half is underway in Paris. So far the happiest team about this game will be Nice with both of their title rivals on course to drop points.
Lots of whistling around the Bernabeu as Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema, not flavour of the month at the moment, tries to step inside Raul Navas before shooting but ends up being tackled by the Real Sociedad defender.
Cristiano Ronaldo getting booed is even more crazy when you read this stat.
Real Sociedad bring on midfielder Xabi Prieto and attacker Carlos Vela. Off come Willian Jose and Mikel Oyarzabal.
Cristiano Ronaldo jinks past one defender and then another but he tries to play it to Karim Benzema with a bit of a flick, but it's too weak to reach the Frenchman and the visitors clear.
One hand on the La Liga trophy? Real Madrid are surely going four points clear with a game in hand.
Cristiano Ronaldo set up Mateo Kovacic for the opener and the Croat repays the favour. Kovacic slips Ronaldo in and the Portugal legend clips the ball over keeper Geronimo Rulli.
Real Sociedad have a great chance here but Raphael Varane heads away Mikel Oyarzabal's cross. If he'd missed it, there was a Real Sociedad player there to convert it.
Monaco started the half well but the hosts ended it on top. It's been end-to-end with lots of half-chances but PSG have had the only clear opportunities.
Subasic keeps PSG at bay, but only just. The Monaco goalkeeper saves a long-range effort from Lucas but can only parry it to Cavani before recovering to block the striker's follow-up effort. PSG are edging it two minutes from half-time.
The second half at the Bernabeu is under way.
Harrison Short: Re 20:14 - You may have a point with some teams Dave, but Real's 'individuals' are so good that it doesn't really matter