Stats & Facts: A look back at the Brest game

Match in numbers

Check out all the key stats from the Matchday 19 Ligue 1 game against Brest.


The capital club are unbeaten against the Bretons for 39 years! Though Brest got a draw at the Parc des Princes, the Rouge-et-Bleu have not lost any of the duo's last 27 meetings (19 wins). Their last loss came on 26 January, 1985 (1-3).


The Rouge et Bleu are unbeaten in 13 competitive fixtures (9 wins). They're unbeaten at the Parc in their last 11 games in all competitions (9 wins), and have not lost any of their last 14 league matches (11).


His 38th-minute opener from Bradley Barcola's superb ball means Marco Asensio has scored three times in his first four shots on target this season, adding to his strikes against Lens and Lyon. He also struck in the Coupe de France against Revel meaning he now has four goals and three assists in all competitions. 

Barcola MAINtains momentum

An assist against Toulouse, a goal against Lens, another assist against Brest...Bradley Barcola's first season in Paris is proving fruitful. The France U21 international has been involved in 18 Ligue 1 goals since the start of last season (7 goals, 11 assists). Only Elye Wahi (27) has done better among players born in 2002 or after.

He's also earned the trust of Luis Enrique, who has handed him six starts in the club's last eight games. 


Kolo Muani LIKES Brest

Randal Kolo Muani scored Paris Saint-Germain's second goal, and seems to like Brest as an opponent: he has scored three times against the Bretons in Ligue 1, more than against any other team. He has been involved in seven league goals this season (5 goals, 2 assists), only Kylian Mbappé (22 – 19 goals, 3 assists) has done better for Paris this term.