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90' + 1'
K. Mbappé
Neymar
1 - 4
87'
T. Bakayoko
Adrien Silva
1 - 3
72'
Pablo Sarabia
M. Verratti
0 - 3
45' + 2'
Neymar
Penalty Goal
0 - 2
24'
K. Mbappé
Á. Di María
0 - 1

Match Stats

Possession
41% 58%
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4
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 4 12
Total Passes 405 575
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Pos Team P W D L F A +/- PTS Form
1 PSG PSG PSG 27 22 2 3 75 24 +51 68 W W D W W
2 Olympique Marseille OM Olympique Marseille 28 16 8 4 41 29 +12 56 D W L W W
3 Rennes REN Rennes 28 15 5 8 38 24 +14 50 W W W L D
4 Lille LIL Lille 28 15 4 9 35 27 +8 49 W W W L W
5 Nice NIC Nice 28 11 8 9 41 38 +3 41 W D D W L
6 Reims SR Reims 28 10 11 7 26 21 +5 41 W D D W L
7 Olympique Lyonnais OL Olympique Lyonnais 28 11 7 10 42 27 +15 40 L W W D L
8 Montpellier MON Montpellier 28 11 7 10 35 34 +1 40 L W L L W
9 Monaco ASM Monaco 28 11 7 10 44 44 0 40 L D D W W
10 Strasbourg STR Strasbourg 27 11 5 11 32 32 0 38 L D D W W
11 Angers SCO SCO Angers SCO 28 11 6 11 28 33 -5 39 W W W L L
12 Bordeaux GIR Bordeaux 28 9 10 9 40 34 +6 37 D D L D W
13 Nantes NAN Nantes 28 11 4 13 28 31 -3 37 L L W D D
14 Brest BRE Brest 28 8 10 10 34 37 -3 34 L L D W D
15 Metz MET Metz 28 8 10 10 27 35 -8 34 W W L D L
16 Dijon DIJ Dijon 28 7 9 12 27 37 -10 30 W L D D D
17 Saint-Étienne ASS Saint-Étienne 28 8 6 14 29 45 -16 30 D L D L L
18 Nîmes NIM Nîmes 28 7 6 15 29 44 -15 27 L L L W W
19 Amiens SC AMI Amiens SC 28 4 11 13 31 50 -19 23 D L D D L
20 Toulouse TFC Toulouse 28 3 4 21 22 58 -36 13 L L L L L

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UEFA Champions League Qualifiers
UEFA Europa League
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Commentary

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PSG's unbeaten run now spans 13 matches in all competitions and their lead at the top of Ligue 1 already looks insurmountable. Next up for Tuchel's men is a trip to Lorient in the Coupe de France next Sunday, while Monaco - beaten for the first time in seven home league matches - travel to Saint-Pryve Saint-Hilaire FC in the same competition five days from now.
Paris Saint-Germain beat Monaco 4-1 at Stade Louis II to move eight points clear at the top of Ligue 1. Mbappe tucked home after being played in behind by Di Maria to give PSG a 24th-minute lead and Neymar added a second just before half-time from a harshly-awarded penalty. Sarabia put the visitors three goals ahead with a sweet volley shortly after coming off the bench and, after Bakayoko temporarily gave Monaco hope with an 87th-minute goal, Mbappe scored his second late on to seal an emphatic victory.
90' + 6' FULL-TIME: MONACO 1-4 PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN
90' + 5' Jovetic, making his first league appearance of the season, fires the free-kick over the bar. That will be that as far as Monaco's hopes of taking anything from this game are concerned.
90' + 4' Ben Yedder is taken out by compatriot Kimpembe around 22 yards from goal and Monaco have a free-kick in shooting range. Jovetic looks as though he will take it...
90' + 3' NEARLY A HAT-TRICK! Mbappe's deft little flick is saved by Lecomte, who did well to close down the space. With a few minutes still to play, you would not rule out Mbappe finding that hat-trick goal.
Neymar
Assist
90' + 1' Neymar unselfishly played the ball to his left and Mbappe was not going to miss this latest opportunity.
K. Mbappé
Goal
90' + 1' GOOOOAAAALLL!!!! MONACO 1-4 PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN! MBAPPE KILLS OFF THE MATCH! PSG had not made the most of their counter-attacking opportunities in the second half up until this point, with Mbappe slotting the ball away from Lecomte after being played in by Neymar.
90' Six minutes have been added on at Stade Louis II!
89' SAVE! Monaco are going all out for another goal now, refusing to give up until the last. Adrien Silva has had a big impact since coming on and he tests Navas with a well-hit shot, the PSG keeper doing well to keep hold of it.
Adrien Silva
Assist
87' Adrien Silva's free-kick was sent into a dangerous zone and team-mate Bakayoko made the most of the delivery.
T. Bakayoko
Goal
87' GOOOOOAAAALLL!!!!! MONACO 1-3 PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN!!! BAKAYOKO PULLS ONE BACK! A free-kick is sent into the six-yard box and Bakayoko gets the final touch, with Navas left stranded after coming off his line and failing to get anything to the ball.
L. Kurzawa
Yellow Card
86' Kurzawa catches Ben Yedder on the back of the leg and is rightly shown a yellow card.
85' Maripan brushes past Neymar and the Brazil forward, as he so often does, makes the most of the minimal contact. The referee has to calm both sets of players down and play is able to continue.
84' Adrien Silva finds Jovetic but, having barely had time to find his feet since coming on, he loses possession just outside the box. Monaco have around 10 minutes to find three goals.
82' Scare over for PSG supporters - Neymar is back to his feet and able to continue!
T. Bakayoko
Yellow Card
81' Bakayoko is cautioned for his challenge on Neymar.
81' Neymar is caught on the foot by Bakayoko and stays down. The physio is on and this could potentially be a major blow for PSG.
S. Jovetić
Fàbregas
79' The changes are coming thick and fast now - the returning Jovetic takes over from Fabregas.
J. Draxler
Á. Di María
79' Di Maria, who has had another decent game today, is replaced by Draxler for the final 10 minutes or so.
J. Augustin
Gelson Martins
78' Martins is off and Augustin on in Monaco's latest change.
77' Monaco have found their stride again now, knocking the ball around in midfield and into the final third. The final ball is still lacking, though, and it is looking as though head coach Moreno will taste defeat for the first time.
76' That Sarabia strike has taken the wind out of Monaco's sails. They looked pretty lively at 2-0 and appeared to have a goal in them, but it has been all PSG over the last few minutes. Could a thrashing be on the cards?
74' Neymar was offside, but Sarabia timed his run well and was well onside when getting on the end of Verratti's pass - correct call from the video assistant referee. Monaco now have a huge mountain to climb, with time not exactly on their side.
M. Verratti
Assist
72' Talk about an instant impact. Having just been brought off the bench, Verratti floated the ball over the top and fellow substitute Sarabia converted.
Pablo Sarabia
Goal
72' GOOOOOAAAAALLLLL!!!!! MONACO 0-3 PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN!!! The substitutes combine as Verratti lifts the ball over the top of the Monaco defence and Sarabia volleys home. The offside flag was quick to go up but the goalscorer was clearly offside and VAR allows the goal to stand.
72' Henrichs halts the run of Sarabia down the PSG left. The Monaco full-back has had a very good game today.
Pablo Sarabia
M. Icardi
71' Make that a double change for PSG as Icardi is replaced by Sarabia up top.
M. Verratti
I. Gueye
71' Verratti takes over from Gueye in central midfield as Tuchel turns to his bench for the first time today.
70' Mbappe is unable to bring the ball under control as Monaco survive another scare. The hosts are living dangerously, but that is understandable given they are chasing a couple of goals.
Adrien Silva
A. Golovin
69' Golovin has picked up a knock and is unable to continue. Adrian Silva is on in his place.
T. Nianzou
Yellow Card
68' Kouassi is cautioned for his challenge as PSG are given a chance to regroup.
66' Monaco’s Keita Balde has made five home appearances in Ligue 1 this season and has been involved in a goal in each of those games (four goals and one assist).
64' Ballo-Toure gets goal side of Dagba but his cross is dealt with. PSG fail to properly clear the danger and the ball falls nicely for Balde to shoot, his low shot being kept out by the feet of Navas. The offside flag would have come to the visitors' rescue, regardless.
62' Mbappe speeds past Henrichs down the left. He has options in the middle but miscues his cross behind for a goal-kick. PSG are focusing on the counter-attack, it seems.
60' BLOCK! Martins shows a sublime bit of skill to flick the ball past Kurzawa. He plays it into the feet of Ben Yedder, who in turn tees up Henrichs, but the shot is blocked by Silva. That is the best Monaco have offered in the second half.
58' Lecomte got a touch to Mbappe's shot and it should therefore have been a PSG corner, rather than a goal-kick to the hosts. Tuchel is livid and is shown a yellow card by the referee - the second member of PSG's coaching staff to be cautioned.
56' IT SHOULD BE 3-0! PSG hit Monaco on the counter. Neymar feeds the ball to Di Maria, who slides it into the path of Mbappe. The France international only has Lecomte to beat but he fails to do so. That has to go down as a big miss!
54' Neymar is waiting in the middle but Dagba's cross is cut out before it can reach him. Di Maria's corner is far too deep and trickles out of play following a poor touch from a PSG player.
52' Fabregas tries to play the ball into the feet of Martins inside the box but Kurzawa makes a vital block. The final ball is lacking from Monaco's point of view in the early stages of this second half.
50' Silva loses possession inside his own half and Monaco get bodies forward. The attack does not have enough momentum, though, and it ends with Golovin failing to test Navas.
48' PENALTY SHOUT! Dagba, who had a penalty shout turned down in the first half, goes down under contact from Ballo-Toure but the referee waves away these latest appeals.
46' RESTART! We are back up and running at the Stade Louis II, where neither head coach has made any changes at the interval.
Monaco will argue that the penalty should never have been awarded, with Kurzawa making the most of the very little contact. Martins had a shot saved and Ben Yedder also came close to scoring at 0-0, so PSG are by no means home and dry just yet. 
Paris Saint-Germain take a deserved two-goal lead into half-time thanks to Mbappe's strike and a penalty from Neymar. PSG had already come close on a couple of occasions when Mbappe got on the end of Di Maria's pass in behind and tucked home, a goal the France international refused to celebrate against his former club. Martins had a shot saved by Navas as Monaco pushed for an equaliser, but Glik's foul on Kurzawa at the end of the half gifted Neymar the chance to double his side's tally from the spot.
Neymar
Penalty Goal
45' + 2' GOOOOOAAAALLLL!!!! MONACO 0-2 PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN!! NEYMAR CONVERTS FROM THE SPOT! No mistake from Neymar, who confidently tucks home after a staggered run-up.
K. Glik
Yellow Card
45' Glik is also shown a yellow card for his challenge on Kurzawa. Further punishment could follow.
44' PENALTY TO PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN! Kurzawa gets away from one player and races into the box. He then flicks it around Glik and goes to ground under seemingly little contact from his opponent. This looks to be a harsh call from the officials!
44' PSG are ending the first half on top. Tuchel's men are patiently probing away, looking for a way through the Monaco defence.
43' We may be lacking goals compared to the meeting between the sides just a few days ago, but it has been a lively first half at the Stade Louis II. PSG counter and have a man over, but Neymar can only pick out Lecomte with his effort.
41' SAVE! Mbappe picks up the ball on the left and works it inside. He attempts to catch out Lecomte at his near post but the Monaco keeper makes a smart save.
39' Di Maria shows great acceleration to carry the ball forward before playing it down the line to Icardi. PSG pass the ball around, working it from left to right and back again, but there is no way through.
37' Monaco are swarming all over PSG at the moment. They work the ball down the left and the cross is cut out. Tuchel's men are struggling to get out of their own half.
35' BIG SAVE! Bakayoko turns over possession high up the pitch and Martins is played in. He gets a powerful shot away that is helped behind for a corner, though replays show it may have hit Kimpembe's hand. Bakayoko guides the corner wide.
33' PSG are looking very dangerous when they get the ball forward but Monaco are also a big threat in the final third. Mbappe's goal is the difference between the sides so far but both keepers have made good saves.
31' GOAL RULED OUT! Dagba has the ball in the back of the net but Di Maria is adjudged to have been offside in the build-up. End-to-end action here as both sides go all-out attack.
29' END-TO-END! Almost immediately from kick-off, Martins breaks forward and forces Navas into a big save. PSG get the ball forward quickly and Mbappe is denied.
27' MBAPPE GOAL STANDS! Mbappe's goal is allowed to stand! The officials took their time but it looks to be the correct decision.
26' VAR CHECK! Gueye clattered into Balde in the build-up to Mbappe's goal, leading to a lengthy VAR check. The ball hit the back of the net a couple of minutes ago but the check goes on...
Á. Di María
Assist
24' Di Maria played the ball in behind with an outside-of-the-boot flick and Mbappe did the rest.
K. Mbappé
Goal
24' GOOOOOAAAAALLL!!!! MONACO 0-1 PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN! MBAPPE NETS AGAINST HIS FORMER SIDE! As clinical as you like from Mbappe. The France international is played in behind by Di Maria and keeps his composure when through one-on-one by slotting home.
23' This is a good spell from the French champions. Mbappe is looking lively and is trying to get in behind.
21' PSG are looking to build on that chance for Neymar, which forced Lecomte into a good stop. The corner comes to little but the visitors are the side on top.
19' CHANCE! Brilliant from Mbappe as he turns on the afterburners to beat two defenders and thump in a fantastic cross to the near post. Neymar meets it, but Lecomte makes the save.
17' CLOSE! Neymar tries his luck with the free-kick, but it soars inches wide of the left-hand upright.
15' A chance for PSG, here, after Fabregas brings down Kouassi on the edge of the Monaco box.
12' After those early chances for Monaco, PSG are starting to retain some possession in the final third. However, the pace of Gelson and the instincts of Ben Yedder mean Monaco are a constant threat on the break.
10' Monaco and PSG are the first teams to meet in successive Ligue 1 fixtures within the same season since 1964.
7' Now Gelson has another effort after he is played in by Fabregas, but he drags it wide. PSG are soon up the other end - Di Maria finding Mbappe, who drills in a low cross which Neymar just can't turn home.
5' There were six goals between these sides on Sunday and both teams seem to have picked up where they left off. Monaco have another attempt as Ben Yedder meets a cross from the right, but he sends his header over.
3' It has been a frantic start to proceedings. First, PSG raced forward, with Gueye seeing a strike well saved by Lecomte. Monaco broke clear on the counter, with Gelson's goal-bound effort blocked by a defender.
1' We're underway between Monaco and PSG!
The teams are coming out onto the pitch at Stade Louis II, with kick-off just moments away. 
Monaco have won their last six home Ligue 1 games, the longest current run in the division. They have scored 24 goals at home in the top flight this season - only opponents Paris Saint-Germain (27) have scored more.
PSG make a few changes to their defence on the back of the entertaining draw with Monaco a few days ago, with Dagba, Kimpembe and Kurzawa all coming in. Tuchel has stuck with the same quartet up top, meaning Neymar, Di Maria, Mbappe and Icardi start. As for Monaco, they go with the same XI that started at the Parc des Princes.
Subs: Abdou Diallo, Sergio Rico, Ander Herrera, Thilo Kehrer, Marco Verratti, Julian Draxler, Pablo Sarabia.
PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN XI: Keylor Navas; Colin Dagba, Thiago Silva (c), Presnel Kimpembe, Layvin Kurzawa; Angel Di Maria, Idrissa Gueye, Nianzou Kouassi, Neymar; Mauro Icardi, Kylian Mbappe.
Subs: Adrien Silva, Jean-Kevin Augustin, Benoit Badiashile Mukinayi, Gil Dias, Danijel Subasic, Stevan Jovetic, Ruben Aguilar.
MONACO XI: Benjamin Lecomte; Benjamin Henrichs, Kamil Glik (c), Guillermo Maripan, Fode Ballo-Toure; Cesc Fabregas, Tiemoue Bakayoko, Aleksandr Golovin; Gelson Martins, Wissam Ben Yedder, Keita Balde.
Thomas Tuchel's men had won six league games in a row before being held by Monaco, who have won one and drawn one since former Spain boss Robert Moreno replaced Leonardo Jardim in the dugout. The visitors are eighth in the table, 17 points adrift of opponents PSG.
The sides are facing off for the second time in the space of three days, having played out a 3-3 draw in Sunday's clash in the French capital. Despite dropping points in that one, PSG are five points clear at the top of Ligue 1 and can further extend their advantage with victory in this game in hand over the chasing pack.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the Ligue 1 clash between Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain at the Stade Louis II.