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Paris Saint-Germain

Thiago Motta's absence a blessing in disguise for Paris Saint-Germain

PSG captain Thiago Silva believes his side can retain their Ligue 1 title for the third straight year.

Last season, Thiago Motta was one of the key factors behind Paris Saint-Germain's Ligue 1 title and Coupe de la Ligue successes.

Often unsung because of his unglamorous style of play, the Italian international midfielder's metronomic passing, tough tackling and intimidating presence meant he was integral to the success enjoyed by Laurent Blanc's men. However, this campaign, Motta has become a burden, and his current spell out of the team through injury is actually doing PSG some good.

At 32 years...

Rabiot double eases PSG past Toulouse to pressure title rivals

PSG head coach Laurent Blanc contends that his side are not motivated by Ligue 1 competition.

Paris Saint-Germain hit top spot in Ligue 1 -- at least temporarily -- thanks to a 3-1 win over Toulouse at Parc des Princes on Saturday. Despite a number of injuries and suspensions impairing coach Laurent Blanc's team selection, Le President still managed to name a strong enough starting XI to see off Alain Casanova's strugglers. Adrien Rabiot scored twice for PSG before Wissam Ben Yedder pulled one back for Le Tefece, only for PSG captain Thiago Silva to put the game beyond doubt with a third.


Ibrahimovic's availability for Toulouse match is a big boost for injury-hit PSG

ESPN FC's Craig Burley thinks PSG deserve the credit for giving Chelsea problems, especially in the second half.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be available for Paris Saint-Germain's Ligue 1 clash with Toulouse at Parc des Princes on Saturday after receiving the final decision of the Ligue de Football Professionnel's (LFP) disciplinary committee on Thursday. However, the defending French champions' coach, Laurent Blanc, has a minor selection headache coming into the game, with only 13 players over the age of 20 to choose from because of a combination of injuries and suspensions.

Star man Ibrahimovic will be available...

David Luiz impresses in Paris Saint-Germain midfield vs. Chelsea

PSG defender David Luiz commends Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois for his outstanding performance in a 1-1 draw at the Parc des Princes.

Since David Luiz arrived in Paris after making his summer move from Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain supporters have been wondering when they would see the Brazilian international deployed at defensive midfield. In order for captain Thiago Silva and promising youngster Marquinhos to play together in central defence, many assumed that this is where Luiz would play from the beginning of his career in the French capital.

However, more than six months after making his debut for Les Parisiens, Luiz finally...

Blaise Matuidi, Edinson Cavani power Paris Saint-Germain in Chelsea draw

Paris Saint-Germain head coach Laurent Blanc believes his side played the 'perfect' game, despite their 1-1 draw with Chelsea in the Round of 16 in the Champions League

Paris Saint-Germain may have conceded a potentially crucial away goal in their 1-1 draw with Chelsea in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League last 16 tie, but they are still alive in Europe ahead of the return at Stamford Bridge.

Edinson Cavani's second half header from a sublime Blaise Matuidi cross was enough to cancel out Branislav Ivanovic's opener on the night, but Jose Mourinho's men hold the advantage after their Parc des Princes encounter.

Les Parisiens are still alive and in with...

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Chelsea's Ivanovic and Courtois spoil PSG's nearly perfect game plan

ESPN FC's Adrian Healey breaks down all the action from Parc des Princes, where Branislav Ivanovic gave Chelsea the lead and Edinson Cavani equalised for the home side in a 1-1 draw.

Jose Mourinho is the ultimate practitioner of the result being king. Few are worse losers, after all, and his team had not lost in Paris. He did not attempt to shield his relief at escaping with a result that must aid Chelsea's progress to the quarterfinals, after Paris Saint-Germain had threatened to blow serious holes in his team's defence.

"One-all reflects one half for Chelsea, and one half for Paris," Mourinho suggested in his postmatch news conference. The initial 45 minutes had seen Chelsea...