Stats & Facts: A look back at the victory over Nantes

Match in numbers

Check out the key figures and statistics from the Parisians' 2-1 victory over Nantes in Ligue 1 Round 15 on Saturday 9 December 2023.


Eight in a row! With victory over Nantes, Paris Saint-Germain are now on a win streak of eight league matches, the longest in any of Europe's top five leagues right now. Les Rouge et Bleu are two wins away from equalling their best run since May and September 2021 (ten wins) .

The capital club are also in excellent home form, Saturdy night's victory stretching their winning run at the Parc des Princes to five matches - a far cry from their record of just three wins in their nine previous home games in the league. It was also Les Canaris' 53rd defeat at the hands of Paris Saint-Germain, and Nantes duly moved further ahead of Saint-Etienne (51) on the list of Les Rouge et Bleus' favourite sides to play.


Bradley Barcola scored his first goal in his new colours, in his second successive start. For the record, the Parc des Princes is the only stadium in which the Paris striker has scored more than one goal in the top flight (one with Lyon last April and one against Nantes on Saturday). He is also the capital club's 12th different scorer of the season, proof of Les Rouge et Bleu's attacking strength. Only Monaco have done as well as Paris, with 12 different scorers.


Randal Kolo Muani scored against his former team on Saturday. And as if on cue, it was his third goal off the bench this season, the best return for any player in the 2023-2024 season (on a par with Ibrahim Salah of Rennes). It was also his fifth goal of the season, and with it Randal Kolo Munai confirmed his current good form. As has Vitinha, who has already been involved in as many goals in 14 Ligue 1 matches this season (five - four goals, one assist) as he did in 36 top-flight games last term (two goals, three assists).