Record SSG dominates the Champions League
Paris Saint-Germain celebrate their next Champions League victory and set two records. Cheered man against Anderlecht is a defender.
Paris Saint-Germain celebrated their fourth Canadian victory on the fourth matchday of the Champions League and prematurely qualified for the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
The French star ensemble defeated the Belgian champion RSC Anderlecht 5:0 and is still three points ahead of FC Bayern, who also qualified for the knockout round with a 2:1 at Celtic Glasgow (SERVICE: results and schedule)
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Marco Verratti (30th) and star striker Neymar (45th +4th) had already set the course for victory in the first half, left-back Layvin Kurzawa set the pace with a threesome (53nd/72nd/78th). Julian Draxler was in the starting eleventh and prepared the 2-0.
With 17-0 goals, PSG has thus set a new record in the Champions League: never before has a team scored 17 goals on the first four rounds, and Manchester United scored an old record in the 1998/99 triple season (16 goals).
Paris scored at least three goals on each of the first four rounds, another new record in the Champions League.
If PSG also wins the next match against Celtic, FC Bayern will probably have to make friends with second place in the group. At the end of the preliminary round PSG will be playing in Munich, the first leg went to Neymar and Co. Afterwards, coach Carlo Ancelotti had to go to FCB.