Zlatan Ibrahimovic became Paris Saint-Germain's record goal scorer as he netted two first-half penalties in quick succession to steer the Ligue 1 leaders to a 2-1 home victory over Marseille.
PSG had been behind in Le Classique thanks to Michy Batshuayi's header on the half-hour mark.
But Ibrahimovic equalised 11 minutes later with a spot-kick he won himself, then earned and converted another penalty within three minutes to overtake Pauleta as his club's all-time goal king with a tally of 110.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has become Paris Saint-Germain's all-time leading goal scorer after netting two penalties in the French champions' 2-1 win over Marseille.
The Sweden captain's second goal during the Ligue 1 clash on Sunday was his 110th since joining PSG, one better than the previous club record held by former Portugal international Pauleta.
While it took Pauleta five years and 211 matches to score 109 goals for the club, Ibrahimovic needed just 137 games since joining from AC Milan in July 2012...
The build-up to Sunday's clash between bitter rivals Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique de Marseille at Parc des Princes has been unusually quiet this week.
The fixture known in France as Le Classique normally enjoys plenty of hype ahead of the game. However, this week's preface has been so muted that only a small smattering of journalists decided to show up to PSG coach Laurent Blanc's pre-match news conference.
It seems that many have already made up their minds that Sunday's encounter is going...