This Absurd Goal Totally Explains Why PSG Are So Dominant

Over the weekend, Rennes vs Guingamp proved why PSG have basically run away with the Ligue 1 title this year. In case you hadn't noticed, Paris St. Germain have done pretty well in Ligue 1. They are 28 points ahead of second-placed Monaco, which incidentally, is the same amount of points that seperate Manchester United (5th) and Newcastle United (19th) in the Premier League.

Champions League Quarterfinals Goals - April 12, 2016

It has been a week and we miss Champions League very much. Thankfully, the second leg of the quarterfinals kicked off today with Real Madrid hosting Wolfsburg and PSG traveling to Manchester. With Real Madrid down, 2 - 0 to Wolfsburg, it was time for Cristiano Ronaldo. The superstar scored two goals in two minutes and completed his hat trick in the 77th minute to give Real Madrid the 3 - 2 lead on aggregate. Ronaldo scored in the 15th and 17th minutes in a stunning turn of events. Just like that, Madrid was tied with Wolfsburg and had all the momentum.

'El Cashico' Demonstrates The Hilarity Of Soccer

As the late, great Johan Cruyff once said, “Football is simple. But nothing is more difficult than playing simple football.”

In no match has this idea been better exemplified than Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League quarterfinal between Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City.

Here were two giants of modern club football going toe to toe with the mouthwatering prospect of a place in the semifinals at stake. Fueled by millions of dollars of investment, the squads sent out were the remuneration of yearly fine-tuning and financial one-upmanship. 

Champions League Quarterfinals Goals - April 6, 2016

The Champions League Quarterfinals continued today when PSG battled against Manchester City and Real Madrid visited Wolfsburg. The surprise of the evening was Wolfsburg defeating Real Madrid 2 - 0 on a PK from Ricardo Rodriquez in the 18th minute and Maximilian Arnold slotting home a cross from Bruno Henrique 7 minutes later. Manchester City and PSG played to a 2 - 2 tie. Zlatan had a PK saved by Joe Hart in the 14th minute, but made up for it with a goal of his own in the 41st. Kevin de Bruyne for Manchester City scored in the 38th for a brief lead.

Are Paris Saint-Germain One Of The Greatest Club Sides Ever?

Paris Saint-Germain are in the midst of one of the most impressive seasons in the history of European club football. Their overall record in competitive matches reads 38 wins, six draws and only two losses. Those two losses came at the hands of Real Madrid, in Madrid, and away to Lyon at the formidable and newly opened Parc Olympique Lyonnais.

How To Play Like Zlatan Ibrahimovic

He's one of the world's most talented and outspoken footballers. Deep down, everyone just wants to play and act a little more like Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Here are eight steps that will allow you to play like the Swedish captain. 

How To Play Like Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Champions League Round of 16 Goals - March 9, 2016

Champions League Round of 16, Leg 2 continued today with PSG taking on Chelsea and Benfica matching up against Zenit. For PSG, Adrien Rabiot opened the scoring in the 16th minute increasing their aggregate lead, 3 - 1. Diego Costa scored 11 minutes later to pull Chelsea within one, however Zlatan Ibrahimovic put Chelsea away with a 67th minute goal. PSG advanced on aggregate 4 - 2. Coming into Leg 2, Zenit was down 1 - 0 on aggregate and briefly tied the aggregate at 1 on a Hulk goal in the 69th minute.

PSG's Undefeated Streak In Ligue 1 Just Came To An Unceremonious End

Paris Saint Germain's attempt to pull an Arsenal "Invincibles" season was put to sleep by a determined Olympique Lyonnais side on Sunday. The Paris club were without the creative flair of Angel Di Maria and Marco Verratti and it showed, as they only managed six shots all day. The PSG defeat sees an unbeaten run of 36 league games come to an end, a run that goes back to March 2015.