Paris: Champions Paris Saint-Germain will look to close the gap on Ligue 1 leaders Marseille on Friday when they face a Lens side coached by a familiar face at the Stade de France. Paris remain unbeaten this season but six draws in their opening ... ZeeNews.com, 2 weeks ago
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Champions Paris Saint-Germain thumped Saint-Etienne 5-0 as Bordeaux saw their 100 percent record at the start of the Ligue 1 season ended on Sunday with a 1-1 draw against Bastia. Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a hat-trick and strike partner Edinson ...Yahoo Philippines News, 2 months ago Champions PSG too good for St Etienne Oman Tribune, 1 month ago Ibrahimovic scores hat-trick The Gulf Today, 1 month ago Carlos Eduardo scores five as Nice run riot Bangkok Post, 4 days ago
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Paris Saint-Germain's forward Edinson Cavani reacts during the football match on September 13, 2014 in Rennes, western France - by Jean-Sebastien Evrard Saint Etienne has been hammered at Parc des Princes by PSG before the international break but ...MSN Philippines, 1 month ago
Cristiano Ronaldo can't stop scoring in Spain. Paris Saint-Germain can't hold on to a lead in France. And Arsene Wenger still can't beat Jose Mourinho in England. Ronaldo scored yet another hat trick on Sunday in another big win for Real Madrid, ...India TV, 3 weeks ago Real Madrid cruises; Chelsea beats Arsenal Japan Today, 3 weeks ago Ronaldo continues hot form Saudi Gazette, 1 week ago Ronaldo continues goal spree as Madrid win again Irish Times, 1 month ago
PARIS: A meeting of Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco might not carry the same allure that it did just a few months ago, but for Laurent Blanc's (pic) side it is a chance to really kick-start their domestic campaign. PSG come into tomorrow's ...New Straits Times, 3 weeks ago Former PSG coach Kombouare, now with Lens, plots its downfall Malay Mail, 2 weeks ago Monaco next up for PSG after Barcelona triumph Malaysian Insider, 4 weeks ago
Benzema: Brace for Real Groups ABCD played tonight in Matchday 3. The leaders are Atlético Madrid, Real Madrid, Leverkusen and Dortmund. Zenit had a bad night, losing 2-0 away at Bayer Leverkusen, goals scored by Donati (58) and Papadopoulos ...Pravda, 1 week ago Madrid loses 4-2; Barcelona wins Miami Herald, 2 months ago Madrid collapses to lose 4-2, Barcelona wins Miami Herald, 2 months ago
Striker Andre-Pierre Gignac scored his 10th league goal in as many games as Ligue 1 leaders Olympique de Marseille beat Toulouse 2-0 on Sunday to secure an eighth straight win and stay seven points ahead of bitter rivals Paris Saint-Germain and ...Taipei Times Online, 1 week ago Two first-half goals earned Marseille an eighth consecutive win to take them seven points clear of rivals Paris St Germain, while Lyon routed Montpell... FIFA.com, 1 week ago Marseille stretch Ligue 1 lead AOL UK, 1 week ago LIGUE I: Marseille Eye continued good run Uganda Daily Monitor, 1 week ago
Injury-hit Paris St Germain beat struggling RC Lens 3-1 in a heated Ligue 1 game featuring three red cards at the Stade de France on Friday. Two Lens players and one from PSG were sent off in the second half as the Parisians moved up to second in ...WA Today, 1 week ago 3 red cards later, violent rivals PSG beat RC Lens 3-1 Malay Mail, 1 week ago Soccer-Injury-hit PSG beat Lens as tempers flare Yahoo Philippines News, 1 week ago Ibrahimovic still out of PSG, Silva back Yahoo!Xtra, 2 weeks ago
PARIS: Anthony Martial scored an injury time equaliser for Monaco as a tired looking and injury stricken Paris Saint-Germain were held 1-1 at the Parc des Princes on Sunday night, their sixth draw in nine French league games. Paris had been ...Qatar Peninsula, 3 weeks ago Monaco's Martial law thwarts PSG Taipei Times Online, 3 weeks ago Ligue 1: Anthony Martial strikes in injury time to deny Paris Saint-Germain Gulf News, 3 weeks ago Sluggish PSG surrender points to teen Anthony Martial and AS Monaco Abu Dhabi National, 3 weeks ago
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Blaise Matuidi has said that Paris Saint-Germain are paying the price for being "too pensive" after they again dropped Ligue 1 points, this time to Mo...
AFP Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Blaise Matuidi claimed his side were lacking in character and "consumed by fear" after the reigning Ligue 1 champions yet again failed to hold on to a lead. PSG had looked set to record a much-needed win on ...FIFA.com, 3 weeks ago Matuidi blames fear factor Sky Sports, 3 weeks ago
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