Pontivy vs Paris Saint-Germain in numbers
Check out all the main stats and facts from Paris Saint-Germain's 4-0 win over Pontivy in the Rd-64 of the Coupe de France on Sunday:
The win over Pontivy was Paris Saint-Germain's 25th consecutive Coupe de France win, with 77 goals for and 11 against. It is the longest winning streak in the competition's history. The capital club were last eliminated from the competition on 22 January 2014 against Montpellier (1-2), in the Rd-32. Paris haven't lost in the round of 64 in 29 years and a 1-0 reverse to Valenciennes on 17 February 1990.
In scoring four goals at the Moustoir Stqdium, Paris Saint-Germain have scored in their last 35 consecutive Coupe de France matches (101 goals in total). The last time Paris failed to score in a Coupe de France match was in the 2011 final on 14 May and a 1-0 loss to Lille. The capital club has scored at least four goals in nine of their last 14 Coupe de France matches.
The win was Paris Saint-Germain's 44th consecutive victory in the national cup competitions (25 in the Coupe de France, 19 in the Coupe de la Ligue). The capital club's last Cup defeat came on 22 January 2014, against Montpellier (1-2), in the Rd-32 of the Coupe de France.
Against Pontivy, Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar Jr played his 50th match in all competitions for the capital club. To mark the occasion, the Brazil international netted his 45th goal and provided his 24th assist. His statistics after 50 matches are far and away the best in capital club history, ahead of Zlatan Ibrahimovic (35 goals and 17 assists). On Sunday, the Paris No.10 got 165 touches of the football, his highest total in all competitions for Les Rouge et Bleu.