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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Paris Saint-Germain fans booing team angers manager Laurent Blanc

Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates scoring the winner from the spot in PSG's 2-1 win against Toulouse in the Coupe de France.

Laurent Blanc has called out fans of his Paris Saint-Germain team for booing and whistling at the players as they left the field at half-time of a 2-1 Coupe de France win against Toulouse.

Blanc, whose team have lost just one game in 32 tries in all competitions this season, said he was angry with the teams fans in light of his team winning almost all their games.

PSG were down 1-0 at half-time thanks to a goal from Toulouse full-back Francois Moubandje after a nice buildup from the visitors. As Blanc's team left the field, whistles and boos could be heard coming from the Parc des Princes stands.

David Luiz would level for the hosts at the 54-minute mark and super sub Zlatan Ibrahimovic converted a penalty in the 89th minute after a foul on Layvin Kurzawa in the penalty area. 

The result keeps PSG's hopes of four trophies on the year alive, with the team sitting a full 21 points clear of Monaco in the Ligue 1 table.

"I'm a bit angry about the whistles from the stand at half-time," Blanc said in his news conference after the game.

"We are winning almost all our games and people are still not happy."

Blanc and PSG had played Toulouse three days earlier on Saturday, with Ibrahimovic also providing the winner in a 1-0 final.

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