Congo DR youngster Clarck N'Sikulu and experienced Senegal poacher Modou Sougou scored for hosts Evian TG as they shocked French Ligue 1 leaders PSG 2:0 on Wednesday night.
The defeat ended the big-spending PSG's 26-game unbeaten run.
21-year-old Clarck N'Sikulu had only been on the pitch four minutes when he rammed home a rebound from a Sougou shot in the 75th minute, after Ghana international Jonathan Mensah robbed Argentina's Javier Pastore of the ball and started a counterattack.
Modou Sougou then grabbed his third goal of the campaign three minutes from time to seal the points for the lowly Evian.
Four Nigerians are included on the Confederation of African Football's (Caf) reduced shortlist of ten nominees for its 2013 Player of the Year award.
John Mikel Obi, goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama, Emmanuel Emenike and Ahmed Musa all helped the Super Eagles win the Africa Cup of Nations in February.
The reigning Caf Player of the Year, Yaya Toure of Ivory Coast, is also in the running to retain his crown to add to the BBC award he won earlier in the week.
Egypt's Mohamed Aboutrika is on the reduced lists for both African Player of the Year and and the award for Africa-based footballer, which he won last year.
Demba Ba was on the scoresheet for Chelsea against Southampton at the weekend, coming on for Michael Essien who struggled early on.
The Senegal striker notched his side's third goal in a 3-1 come-from-behind win against the visitors at Stamford Bridge.
Also in England, his compatriot Mohamed Diamé scored his first goal of the season as West Ham thrashed Fulham 3-0.
There were goals also for Africans Moustapha Bayal Sall, who plays for Senegal as well, of St Etienne and Vincent Aboubakar of Lorient in France.
Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan scored a brace in Al Ain's comfortable 5-2 drubbing of Emirates at home in the UAE Arabian Gulf League on Friday.
Gyan scored Al Ain's fourth goal from inside the box with a perfect finish to the far post from the right in injury time of the first half.
The Ghanaian also netted in the 68th minute with a powerful header from a free-kick restoring his team's four-goal lead.
Gyan's double took his season tally to eight and now within a goal of leading scorers Edgar Silva (Shabab) and Grafite (Al Ahli).
Nigeria’s Taye Taiwo and Promise Isaac were among the goal scorers as their clubs won away games in the Turkey Super League.
Kwesi Nyantakyi will run unopposed in Wednesday’s WAFU Zone B presidential election to be held in the Ghanaian city of Kumasi.
This comes after no other candidates filed nominations to contest the Ghana Football Association (GFA) President to lead the sub-regional body.
The election will be held during the Congress of WAFU Zone B.
This means Nyantakyi is set to extend his reign as Wafu Zone B President to at least four years as there is a proposal to extend the tenure of office of the president from two to four years.
Ghana qualified to the final of the 2013 Wafu Nations Cup after beating Burkina Faso 2-1 in Kumasi on Monday.
The local Black Stars were on the verge of elimination and needed a win to remain in the tournament.
But Ghana's progress was aided by Sierra Leone’s 2-2 draw with Benin, who begun the day as leaders.
The hosts took the lead in the 20th minute when right-back Godfred Saka curled in a free-kick from the left flank.
The Aduana Stars defender delivered one of his trademark efforts and goalkeeper Mohammed Kabore was beaten.
Villarreal’s Nigerian forward Ikechukwu Uche, Torino’s Moroccan midfielder Omar El Kaddouri and Cameroonian striker Vincent Aboubakar of Lorient were the African stars of the weekend in Europe.
All three hit braces as Uche also won a penalty in helping the yellow submarines thump Levante 3-0.
El Kaddouri was on target twice in Torino’s 4-1 win over Catania while Aboubakar’s two goals helped Lorient earn their first away win of the season, 4-0 at Evian.
Seydou Doumbia scored the only goal of the game in most famous Moscow derby, while Dame N'Doye netted in the other one.