2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
11-2-0, 1st in French Ligue 1
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2hGabriele Marcotti

PSG win but don't impress

The thing PSG need to wrap their heads around is that there will be games like Saturday where they sleepwalk and rely on luck and happenstance.

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10hIan Holyman

Silva out to convince Coutinho to join PSG

Thiago Silva says he used the recent international break to try and convince Philippe Coutinho to team up with him and Neymar at Paris Saint-Germain.

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11hJonathan Smith and Jonathan Johnson

Which club is better to watch: City or PSG?

Man City and PSG are playing some beautiful football, winning, and leaving their rivals trailing. But which is the more exciting to watch?

Marquinhos: Cavani relaxed PSG at Nantes (0:22)
2dJonathan Johnson

Pastore gets 'back into swing' as PSG win

Javier Pastore says he's feeling back in "the swing of things" after putting in a productive performance in Paris Saint-Germain's 4-1 win over Nantes.

Is Weah set to break into PSG's first team? (3:11)
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2dJonathan Johnson

Neymar disappears as PSG flatter to deceive

Paris Saint-Germain picked up a 4-1 win over Nantes, but the scoreline flattered the victors, whose talisman Neymar turned in his worst showing yet.

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2dPA Sport

Cavani nets brace as PSG hammer Nantes

Edinson Cavani maintained his prolific goalscoring form with two more as Paris St Germain beat Nantes 4-1 to extend their lead at the top of Ligue 1.

PSG 4-1 Nantes: Cavani brace (2:42)
Cavani and Pastore combine for PSG's opener (0:29)
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3dJonathan Johnson

Neymar must shift PSG narrative to positives

Neymar insists he is happy at PSG, but that has not stopped negative chatter, so he must show he is genuinely happy on the pitch and off vs. Nantes.

Motta injury could change PSG's plans for Wendel (1:48)
Is Neymar using PSG to get to Real Madrid? (2:15)
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3dJonathan Johnson

PSG without Meunier to face Nantes

Paris Saint-Germain will be without right back Thomas Meunier, as well as defensive midfielder Thiago Motta and central defender Presnel Kimpembe.

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3dJonathan Johnson

PSG to sign Fluminense's Wendel - source

Paris Saint-Germain are close to making their signing of Fluminense midfielder Wendel official, a source close to the French club has revealed.

The Sweeper: Neymar's Demi Lovato impression (1:04)
Emery: Neymar is staying with PSG (0:26)
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4dJonathan Johnson

Emery plays down Neymar unhappy talk

Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery has stated his belief that Neymar will stay with the club and help them to future glory.

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5dAdriana Garcia

Tebas: Messi a bigger asset than Neymar

La Liga president Javier Tebas acknowledges that Neymar's summer departure from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain has had an effect on La Liga.

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5dJonathan Johnson

Trapp targets PSG games; World Cup spot

PSG goalkeeper Kevin Trapp says that he must be playing regularly over the second half of the season if he is to go to the World Cup with Germany.

The Sweeper: Jesus and Neymar's nutmeg battle (1:26)
6dJonathan Johnson

Alves bringing quality, experience to PSG

While newcomers Neymar and Kylian Mbappe have received most of the plaudits, Dani Alves, 34, is also playing a crucial role both on and off the pitch.

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6dJonathan Johnson

Draxler: Neymar deserves special privileges

Julian Draxler has defended Paris Saint-Germain teammate Neymar and his privileged position after recent speculation over his happiness at the club.

RankingsFrench Ligue 1

Goal Difference341st
Goals Scored431st
Goals Conceded92nd