Stats & Facts: The stand-out stats from the Reims win

Match in numbers

The numbers to know from the 4-0 league triumph that keeps the Rouge-et-Bleu top of the table.


Mission accomplished by the Parisians in keeping their unbeaten home record going. That's 16 games (15 wins) since Mauricio Pochettino's men tasted defeat on home soil.


That success has been based on a watertight backline that has kept clean sheets in its last four home Ligue 1 matches, the club's best run since December 2020-February 2021 (5). Thilo Kehrer is their lucky charm as he is the player with the most Ligue 1 appearances this season without tasting defeat: 15 games, 13 wins, 2 draws. 


He hit the post against Brest, and now Marco Verratti has found the net for the first time in Ligue 1 since May 2017, ending a goalscoring drought of 101 top-flight matches. It was his shot that took a touch into the net for the club's third goal on what was a fruitful night for our Number 6.

Sergio Ramos scored his first goal for the club in only his fourth league appearance. The centre-back now has 75 goals in one of Europe's top five leagues, that's 29 more than the next highest-scoring defender in the 21st century.

Danilo Pereira also got in on the act. The Portugal international found the net for the second time in his 14 league appearances this season, that's as many goals as he scored last season in 23 games.

 AN Idol COMES back home

The stadium was all but empty as Pedro Miguel Pauleta returned to the Parc des Princes. Fourth on the club's all-time leading scorers' chart with 109 strikes in 211 matches, he was the pre-match VIP invitee. 

The former Portugal international told everyone of his love for the club: "It's always great to be here with you and the fans. There is a very strong relationship between me, the fans and the club. I get goosebumps every time I come back here."