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Cavani brace caps PSG win over Strasbourg

Paris Saint-Germain overcame the disappointment of their Champions League defeat to Real Madrid by beating Strasbourg 5-2 on Saturday.

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PSG, Marseille wear Mandarin shirts

Paris Saint-Germain and Marseille led French football's recognition of the Chinese New Year with Mandarin-lettered shirts.

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Monaco go second with rout of Dijon

Monaco solidified second position in Ligue 1 with a 4-0 rout of Dijon on Friday night at the Stade Louis II stadium.

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Neymar, PSG try to forget UCL collapse

PSG will use the weekend match against Strasbourg to give players left out of the Real Madrid loss a run as they try to return to winning ways.

22hJonathan Johnson

PSG face Strasbourg without suspended trio

PSG will be without three regular starters at home to Strasbourg in Ligue 1 on Saturday, with Kylian Mbappe, Marco Verratti and Kevin Trapp suspended.

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Montpellier boss handed three-match ban

Montpellier coach Michel Der Zakarian has been handed a three-match touchline ban for his recent sending-off against Lyon.

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1dIan Holyman

Malcom will decide on Prem move soon

Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur target Malcom has told Brazilian media he will leave Bordeaux in the summer.

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Alleged Balotelli racist abuse investigated

The French Football League has opened a formal investigation into alleged racist abuse aimed at Mario Balotelli with a final report due in mid-March.

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2dJonathan Johnson

No chance of Neymar going - PSG CEO

Speaking to beIN SPORTS after the game, Al-Khelaifi said: "One hundred percent, Neymar will be a PSG player next year."

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2dIan Holyman

Balotelli official did not hear racist abuse

The referee who booked Mario Balotelli after the Nice striker alleged he had been the victim of racist abuse has insisted he did not hear the insults.

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3dIan Holyman

Ref criticised after Balotelli racism yellow

The referee who booked Mario Balotelli for making a gesture toward Dijon fans after being subjected monkey chants is "doubly guilty," CRAN has said.

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PSG look to conquer ghosts, Real Madrid

PSG's first knockout round game since the disaster at Camp Nou comes on Wednesday against Real Madrid, a club that Unai Emery has struggled against.