Back in time: Previous five matches against Monaco

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On Sunday, focus returns to Ligue 1 action against Monaco at the Stade Louis II. Get in the mood for the game by remembering our last five matches against Les Monégasques.

April 15, 2018: Paris Saint-Germain 7 v AS Monaco 1
In April this year, as the 2017/18 season drew to a close, Les Rouge-et-Bleu emphatically claimed the Ligue 1 title against Sunday’s opponents at the Parc des Princes. In a dazzling display in front of the Paris faithful, the league leaders overcame second placed Monaco with a historic victory. Goals from Lo Celso (2), Cavani, Di María (2), Draxler and an own goal from Radamel Falcao sealed both the three points and L’Hexagoal for the hosts.

November 26, 2017: AS Monaco 1 v Paris Saint-Germain 2
Earlier in last season's campaign, Paris extended their lead at the top of the Ligue 1 summit. The victory, cemented by goals either side of half-time was hard fought against a Monaco side sitting just below the club from the capital. Goals from Cavani and Neymar sealed an important victory for the league's eventual Champions.

January 29, 2017: Paris Saint-Germain 1 v AS Monaco 1
The Parc des Princes witnessed a tightly fought game at the start of 2017 between two of Ligue 1’s strongest sides. Monaco, lining up with future Manchester City stars Bernardo Silva and Benjamin Mendy kept Paris SG at bay until the 81st minute when Edinson Cavani put the hosts in front from the spot. Portuguese midfielder Silva snatched a point with a last-minute strike in the Sunday evening game.

August 28, 2016: AS Monaco 3 v Paris Saint-Germain 1
The visitors failed to make their 66% possession pay in their early-season visit to the Stade Louis II, going down 3-1 despite initially fighting back from a first-half, two goal deficit. Edinson Cavani pulled a goal back for Paris Saint-Germain shortly after the hour mark with an assist from Serge Aurier. The defender would go from hero to villain twenty minutes later when he put through his own net, confirming defeat in round three.

March 20, 2016: Paris Saint-Germain 0 v AS Monaco 2
Despite subsequently winning their fourth consecutive Ligue 1 title, Paris SG went down 0-2 against Monaco towards the end of the 2015/2016 season. Though the hosts lined up in attack with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ángel Di María and Edinson Cavani, they could't find a way to break the deadlock, and two quick goals from Vágner Love and Fabinho (65’, 68’) proved to be a knock out blow for Les Rouge-et-Bleu. Whilst the result wasn’t one to remember for Parisians, Monaco lined up with a certain 17 year old in the #29 shirt. Kylian Mbappé that night made his first appearance in the Parc des Princes, but it wouldn’t be the last.