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Summary

  1. PSG clinch Ligue 1 title in emphatic style
  2. Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores four of PSG's nine goals
  3. PSG win fourth straight title with 62 days of season left

Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    Troyes 0-9 PSG

    We're going to leave PSG to their celebrations. What a fantastic season for Laurent Blanc's men who wrap up the title with eight games to spare. Winning the Champions League has to be their next aim. Thanks for your company. We are back at 19:15 GMT for live text commentary of Real Madrid's game at Las Palmas.

  2. PSG are Ligue 1 champions

    Troyes 0-9 PSG

    Laurent Blanc has joined his players on the pitch. They've all gone over to applaud their  travelling fans who are not leaving. The real party will be next week when they host Monaco but Blanc can now afford to make sweeping changes - and keep his main players fresh for the Champions League.

    Paris fans
  3. PSG are Ligue 1 champions

    Troyes 0-9 PSG

  4. PSG are Ligue 1 champions

    Troyes 0-9 PSG

    Can PSG win the Champions League?

    They have blitzed Ligue 1 - inning the title 62 days efore the end of the season.

    The celebrations are under way on the pitch.

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    Troyes 0-9 PSG

  6. FULL-TIME - PSG are Ligue 1 champions

    Troyes 0-9 PSG

    PSG are the champions of France for the fourth successive season after an astonishing display of goalscoring power.

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    Troyes 0-9 PSG

    Time for a 10th goal?

  8. GOAL - Troyes 0-9 PSG

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    This is fantasy football.

    Nine-nil up, moments away from the Ligue 1 title before mid-March.

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic bags his fourth goal with a composed finish but where was the marking?

    A dark day for Troyes.

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    Troyes 0-8 PSG

    PSG boss Laurent Blanc is slumped in his seat in the dugout. He doesn't look like a manger whose side is moments away from a fourth successive Ligue 1 title. 

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    Troyes 0-8 PSG

    Five minutes left.

    Can PSG reach double figures against 10 men?

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    #bbceurofooty

    Sulaimon Adelekan: PSG winning like I do on my Playstation - convincingly.

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    Troyes 0-8 PSG

    Where would Troyes be without Matthieu Dreyer? PSG would surely be in double figures but for a string of fine saves by the keeper. 

  13. GOAL - Troyes 0-8 PSG

    Edinson Cavani

    Cavani's effort is saved but it rebounds out and the Uruguay forward buries the ball into the corner. EIGHT goals on a day of celebration for PSG.

    Edinson Cavani
  14. PENALTY TO PSG

    Troyes 0-7 PSG

    More misery for Troyes. 

    Substitute Lossemy Karaboue is sent off after being shown a straight red for hauling down Edinson Cavani inside the area.

    The referee points to the spot and Cavania has the ball in his hands.

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    Troyes 0-7 PSG

    It's all very well PSG turning on the style in the sunshine at Troyes. But can they do it on a wet Tuesday night at the Bernabeu? Winning the Champions League is their next challenge after conquering France.

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    Troyes 0-7 PSG

    Tweny minutes to go. The final whistle can't come soon enough for Troyes who are surely heading for relegation. PSG have made it look like a training ground exercise.

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    Troyes 0-7 PSG

    More changes for PSG as Angel Di Maria and Adrien Rabiot make way for Maxwell and Lucas Moura.

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    Troyes 0-7 PSG

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic's hat-trick means he now has 101 goals Ligue 1 goals for PSG. 

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    Troyes 0-7 PSG

    Four goals in the space of 12 astonishing second half minutes for PSG. It's safe to say Laurent Blanc's side have the Ligue 1 title wrapped up.

  20. GOAL - Troyes 0-7 PSG

    Matthieu Saunier (own goal)

    Even Troyes have started scoring for the champions. Matthieu Saunier puts the ball past his own keeper while trying to stop Zlatan Ibrahimovic getting to a cross.

    Ibrahimovic gives Saunier a pat on the back before running off to celebrate with his team-mates.