Nice and Marseille drew 1-1 in French League 1 on Wednesday, two months after the original match was abandoned due to crowd concerns.
The rescheduled game, played behind closed doors in Tries, saw Nice take the lead through Amini Gueri just six minutes later.
Just before halftime, Dmitry Payet equalized for Marseille.
Marseille catcher George Sampaoli said the draw was the best result.
“Nice created a lot in the first half, but we had control in the second half and we could have scored the second goal.”
However, Nice coach Christoph Galtier said he was disappointed not to have taken all three points.
“There is frustration and disappointment for my boys,” Galtier said. With our scoring opportunities, I’m sure my players deserved to win.
In the first game between the two sides on August 22, host Nice took a 1-0 lead in the Mediterranean derby and Allianz Riviera had 15 minutes left when Pete fell after hitting a bottle to take a corner.
Pete threw a bottle back into the crowd as teammates came to demonstrate behind the goal with home fans.
Supporters took to the pitch and a riot broke out involving players, staff, fans and stewards.
The match was stopped for more than an hour and finally ended before midnight local time when the outsider refused to return to the pitch.
Nice was eventually robbed at one point by French league officials.