Stats & Facts: A look back at the win in Le Havre

Match in numbers

Check out the key facts and figures from Paris's 2-0 Ligue 1 Round 14 win over Le Havre at the Stade Océane on Sunday 3 December 2023.


With this latest win at Le Havre, Paris have now won each of their last seven Ligue 1 matches, their longest such run since May-September 2021 (ten matches). This is a unique achievement in Europe, as it is the best current winning streak in the five major European leagues.

What's more, Paris Saint-Germain are unbeaten in their last 14 away games in Ligue 1 (11 wins, three draws), with their last defeat on the road coming at Monaco on 11 February, almost ten months ago. It is the longest current unbeaten away run in Europe's top five leagues.


Kylian Mbappé scored his first-ever goal in an official match against Le Havre. The Paris striker has now found the net against 30 of the 31 opponents he has faced in the top flight. The only exception is Paris Saint-Germain, against whom he failed to score when he was still at Monaco.

And the French international is still racking up the goals, having just scored his sixth in Les Rouge et Bleu's last three league outings. This brings his total to nine away goals in Ligue 1 this season, making him the current top scorer away from home in the five major European leagues in 2023/24.


Paris goalkeeper Arnau Tenas came on as a substitute in the first quarter of an hour and made no fewer than seven saves in his first Ligue 1appearance. It was the best debut performance by a goalkeeper in the top flight since Mory Diaw with Clermont on 6 August 2022 (also seven saves). It is also the highest total for a goalkeeper coming off the bench since Anthony Maisonnial with Saint-Etienne on 17 December 2016 (seven).


Setting up Kylian Mbappé for the capital club's first goal against HAC, Ousmane Dembélé delivered his fifth assist in 13 Ligue 1 matches this season. No player in the league has delivered more than the Paris winger. In doing so, Dembélé equalled his total from the 2015/16 season at Rennes, during which he provided five assists in 26 appearances.