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Thursday, September 24, 2015

Ibrahimovic ended his goal drought Paris Saint-Germain extended their unbeaten season with a 3-0 victory over the French at home Guingamp.

Pastore gave Paris Saint-Germain in the first half, leading to his arrest Parc des Princes before Angel Di Maria scored the first double advantage of domestic football in France.

Ibrahimovic, did not score, because in Guingamp 6-0 defeat last claimed a brace Who May, added a third night, but there are also a penalty save as the defending champion temporarily moved clear at the top of the table four o'clock.

"In the first half we had some chances without dominating a very compact Guingamp. In the second half it was obviously better," PSG coach Laurent Blanc said afterwards. "As for Ibrahimovic, just like the rest of the team, he was full of intent and was much better with the ball in the second half. I found his movement much better than it was against Reims. He's still lacking that little something, but once he finds it he'll score more goals."

Earlier, Angers and Reims drew 0-0, leaving both sides still with just one defeat through their first seven matches. Rennes and Saint-Etienne can both trim PSG's lead back to a single point when they visit Gazelec Ajaccio and Troyes respectively on Wednesday, while Lyon host Bastia and Marseille travel to Toulouse.

 

 

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