Sarabia: 'Proud of my goals'

Spain international Pablo Sarabia spoke to PSG TV about his two goals against Dijon in the Coupe de France.

Pablo Sarabia is loving life in the Coupe de France. With six goals in four Coupe de France matches, he has even written a little bit of club history. 

The little Spaniard has equalled Pedro Miguel Pauleta's record of scoring in each of the first four COupe de France matches of the 2003-04 campaign (vs Troyes, Marseille, Bayonne and Brive). Pablo is now the second player to have achieved such a feat after Linas-Montlhéry in the RD-64, Lorient in the Rd-32, Pau in the last-16 and Dijon on Wednesday in the quarter-finals. 

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On Thursday, he told PSGTV: "I am very proud of these goals because it's never easy to score in several matches in a row. But my aim is that we go all the way to the final, and it doesn't matter if I score or its Neymar or Kylian or anyone else. The most important thing is to reach the final." 

"Every day I try my best to help my teammates, to work hard in matches, to give everything in defence and in attack to support the team. I'm very happy with everything I've achieved here. It's a great experience," added Pablo, conducting the entire interview in French!