With Manchester City's Champions League tie against AS Monaco just over a month away, we take a look at the Ligue 1 side's form.
The victory saw Monaco climb to the top of the table for the first time since late September, with long-time leaders Nice surprisingly held 0-0 by bottom side Metz.
Thomas Lemar gave Monaco the lead before Falcao doubled the Red and Whites’ lead.
Marseille halved the deficit before Bernardo Silva scored twice to complete a 4-1 thrashing.
Monaco, chasing a first championship for 17 years, now lead the table on goal difference from Nice with Paris St Germain still ominously tracking the top two just three points behind.
Monaco’s title hopes will be a little clearer at the end of the month with back-to-back games against PSG and Nice coming up.