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.

Mamadou Sakho Is Very Happy To See Blaise Matuidi

Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho is one of the happiest dudes in the Premier League. We offer as evidence this video of Sakho zooming around Paris on a motorbike talking to himself in French. He spies former PSG and current France international teammate Blaise Matuidi standing by a car and just has to pull over and say hello.

Andy Gray Is Too Confident For His Own Good

We'll say this of Andy Gray, we admire the man's confidence. Gray was caught on live television pretending to translate a David Luiz interview from French. It was actually in Portuguese.

Champions League Round of 16 Goals - February 16, 2016

The Champions League is back and produced a number of highlight quality goals. Chelsea traveled to Paris to take on Ligue 1 leading Paris St. Germain, while Benfica hosted Zenit St. Petersburg. 

The goal of the day goes to Edison Cavani and his game winner. El Matador caught the Chelsea defense sleeping as his run left him 1-on-1 with Chelsea keeper, Thibaut Courtois. Angel Di Maria sent a long ball to Cavani who trapped it down and slotted it through the legs of the lengthy Chelsea keeper from a tough angle. Cavani's 78th minute goal will be crucial for the away leg in London. 

PSG's Little-Known Hooligan History

The Eiffel Tower. The Arc de Triomphe. The Louvre. Notre Dame.

And soccer hooligans?

Paris is known for many things, but most visitors to the “City of Light” don’t know the local Ligue 1 soccer club — Paris-Saint Germain (PSG) — was once plagued by the same problem more often associated with teams in places like London, Glasgow, Amsterdam and Buenos Aires: hooliganism.

Di Maria's Left Footed Volley From 20+

Things are going pretty good for Paris Saint Germain. How good? Well they haven't lost since November 3rd, 2015. They've played 16 matches since then, and have tallied 15 wins and only 1 loss. So this Angel di Maria volley is right the the alley of how things are going for PSG. Di Maria was running right to left when Luca Moura feed him a arching pass. But the Argentina handled it perfectly and caught the goalkeeper off his line, scoring a beauty from 20 yards. Di Maria isn't having too bad a season either. 

The Best of Ronaldinho

Was there a more entertaining footballer to watch than Ronaldinho? Sure you could say Messi or Ronaldo, or plenty of other players. But honestly, are they really more exotic or creative on the pitch than Ronaldinho? Do they have that unmistaken flair? I don't think so. Obviously those two players are in a class of their own, and do things on the pitch that no one else can (I have to say this so people don't think I'm taking a knock at Leo or CR7. You know how the internet is). But looking at Dinho, he did it all, and this video shows that. He had speed, strength and finesse.