Stats and Facts: Brest v. Paris

Following Paris Saint-Germain’s 3-2 win over Stade Brestois 29 at the Stade Francis Le Blé yesterday, check out all of the key stats and standout events from the game on Matchday 10 of Ligue 1.

PARIS enjoying their travels

Having come out on top in Brittany, the capital club have now avoided defeat in each of their last 12 away games in Ligue 1, earning themselves nine wins and three draws in the process, which just so happens to be the longest such unbeaten streak of any team in Europe's top five leagues. Les Rouge et Bleu have also emerged victorious from four of their last five league games, registering a draw in the other match in this run, despite having won just two of their first five games of the season (together with two draws and one defeat in these opening five matches).

MBAPPÉ keeps on goING

After bagging a brace away to Brest, Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappé finished off his week in style, having already scored a goal and got an assist in the 3-0 win over RC Strasbourg Alsace last Saturday and then broken the deadlock in another 3-0 win, this time over AC Milan on Wednesday. With that brace, Les Rouge et Bleu's no. 7 notched up the 250th and 251st goals of his club career in all competitions – making it 47 for AS Monaco and 224 for Paris – less than eight years after scoring his very first club goal, which came in a game for the Principality side against ESTAC Troyes on 20th February 2016.

ZAÏRE-EMERY, the man who can do it all

Having racked up two assists against Milan on Wednesday, Paris midfielder Warren Zaïre-Emery shone once again on Sunday, not least by opening the scoring with a missile that was the club's fifth league goal from outside the box this season, giving them a higher total in this respect than that of any other team in the division. It's worth noting that each of these goals was scored by a different player, too, with Marco Asensio, the aforementioned Mbappé, Achraf Hakimi and Vitinha having all found the back of the net from long range before the Montreuil native.

With three goals and two assists to his name in Ligue 1 at just 17 years and 235 days old, the capital club's no. 33 has also become the youngest midfielder to have been involved in five Ligue 1 goals since Opta records began back in the 2006–2007 campaign. What's more, Zaïre-Emery has now contributed to three goals in nine top-flight appearances in 2023–2024, which is already one more than his total from the entirety of last season (two goal contributions in 26 games).


Four days after scoring his first goal for Paris in the clash with AC Milan as well as the first of his career in the UEFA Champions League, capital-club midfielder Lee Kang-in bagged his first assist for Paris on Sunday with a wonderful, outside-of-the-foot pass to Mbappé. Having also directly set up a goal at the Stade Francis Le Blé, Paris Saint-Germain striker Bradley Barcola opened his assist-providing account for the campaign, too.

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