Lionel Messi and Neymar have felt the heat from Paris Saint-Germain's angry fans after another Champions League humiliation, getting whistled every time they touched the ball during a 3-0 Ligue 1 home win against Bordeaux.
Even when Neymar scored the second goal against rock-bottom Bordeaux the fans jeered him.
Even when Messi embarked on a trademark run from deep and hit the post he got booed.
"I feel sad about what I saw today," PSG coach Mauricio Pochettino said. "All of us were upset."
While the runaway leaders moved 15 points clear in a league they have dominated in recent years, the fans want success elsewhere.
Yet PSG blew it again in the Champions League, against Real Madrid.
"We have to accept responsibility for what happened," Pochettino said.
"We share the disappointment of the fans."
PSG have already been knocked out of the French Cup and Pochettino is widely expected to be replaced at season's end.
At which point Kylian Mbappe, who scored PSG's first goal against Bordeaux midway through the first half, might be playing for Real Madrid.
His contract runs out in June and he can leave on a free transfer.
PSG's top scorer was the only player spared the whistles when the team names were read out on Sunday.
Record seven-time Golden Ball winner Messi and Neymar -- the world's most expensive signing -- were booed throughout.
The two former Barcelona stars were also on the receiving end of some hostile chants encouraging them to leave PSG.
A banner read "Direction Demission" (Directors Resign) seemingly aimed at sporting director Leonardo and president Nasser Al-Khelaifi. PSG's ultras group -- known as CUP -- demanded in a statement on Saturday night that Al-Khelaifi depart.
Meanwhile, Marseille won 4-1 at Brest to go above Nice in second place on goal difference and the automatic Champions League spot.
The Marseille goals came from Brazilian midfielder Gerson, Poland striker Arkadiusz Milik, Amine Harit and Turkey winger Cengiz Unde.
Fourth-placed Rennes are in the Europa League spot and one point behind Nice and Marseille after a 4-2 win at Lyon.
Forward Martin Terrier was among the scorers to reach 14 goals, two fewer than the league's top scorer Mbappe.
Fifth-placed Strasbourg beat Monaco 1-0 at home and Reims won 1-0 at Angers.
Lorient moved away from the relegation zone with a 2-0 win at fellow strugglers Clermont and second-bottom Metz drew 0-0 with Lens.
Australian Associated Press