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Zlatan hat trick sends PSG through

Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paris Saint-Germain were in relentless mood in the ninth round of the Coupe de France on Wednesday as they won 5-2 at Brest.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a first-half hat trick for PSG against Brest.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a first-half hat trick for PSG against Brest.

Ibrahimovic scored a brilliant first-half hat trick to help put the tie to bed -- taking his season tally to 15 -- with Thiago Motta also on target.

Sweden striker Ibrahimovic's goals were all different; the first an outside-of-the-boot drive, the second a back-post strike and the third a deft dink over the keeper.

Benoit Lesoimier replied for hapless Brest, before the scoring slowed down after the break with Ezequiel Lavezzi adding a fifth for the Ligue 1 leaders before another consolation from Jonathan Ayite. PSG's next cup mission will be a trip to Montpellier.

The night's other game saw a ninth-minute goal from Samuel Gomariz earn Jura Sud Foot a 1-0 win over Creteil which brings about a next-round trip to Sete.

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