Paris Saint-Germain put seven past Monaco to claim Ligue 1 title

Paris Saint-Germain put seven past Monaco to claim Ligue 1 title

Paris Saint-Germain put seven past Monaco to claim Ligue 1 title

Teenage France forward Mbappe was one of a number of high-profile departures from last season's champions, with PSG hammering Monaco 7-1 on Sunday to wrest the crown back from their rivals.

Former Borussia Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel has reportedly been lined up as Emery's replacement, with the club looking to progress after two years of treading water.

"Other teams have more titles than us".

"If we had signed with someone, we would have announced it to you", Al-Khelaifi told Canal+.

A productive first season in France came to a halt when Neymar suffered his setback, a similar injury that befall compatriot Gabriel Jesus, who missed 10 weeks for Manchester City last season.

But a second successive last 16 exit in the Champions League means heads will roll at the end of this season in preparation for another attempt to muscle in among Europe's elite.

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"It was a hard moment but I think in the end it's a good season". "Right now there are three big stars: Messi, Cristiano, and Neymar, and they can't play at the same club".

PSG got off to a good start as they found the opening goal after 14 minutes, with Giovani Lo Celso finishing off a fine team move.

Ceslo bagged his second and PSG's fourth goal eight minutes later as he rose well to head home Javier Pastore's cross.

Monaco briefly held up the onslaught as Lopes turned home an Almamy Toure cross seven minutes before half-time for the in-form Portugal international's 13th goal this term.

The hosts were gifted another when Falcao's attempt to clear a corner went horribly wrong, summing up Monaco's misery as the ball looped beyond Subasic on 77 minutes.

Unai Emery's side opened an unassailable 17-point lead at the summit with five matches remaining, completing a domestic double after their Coupe de la Ligue triumph over Monaco in March.

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