Stats & Facts: The win against OM

Match in numbers

Check out the key facts and figures from Paris's 2-0 victory over Olympique de Marseille in Round 27 of Ligue 1 on Sunday 31 March 2024.


Paris loves playing against Marseille, and more simply in Marseille. This was the 50th victory over OM in all competitions for Paris Saint-Germain in their history, on the day of their 50th match at the Velodrome (49 official matches, one friendly). And it's fair to say that PSG did themselves proud.

benefited from a lot this season (12), but they have struggled to capitalise, especially against the capital club. Despite this, it was another Parisian success in Marseille, their 21st consecutive Ligue 1 away game without defeat (16 wins, five draws). Lyon's record from 2005-2006 has now been equalled...

Paris are also on an 11-match unbeaten run in away Classiques, with eight wins and three draws since 2011. In addition, on Sunday night, OM enabled Paris to break a record for the number of consecutive matches without defeat at the start of a calendar year (17 in 2024 compared with 16 in 1994).

More generally, Paris have not lost any of their last 21 away games in Ligue 1 (16 wins, five draws), equalling the longest unbeaten away record in the history of the top flight (Lyon - 21 between March 2005 and April 2006).


Peeeedrooooo Miguel PAULETAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! Everyone remembers this fabulous goal, scored by the Portuguese striker - whose compatriots were the two scorers on Sunday.

First of all, Vitinha once again confirmed his strong form this season. He has been involved in 11 goals in Ligue 1 2023-24 (seven goals, four assists), while only Kylian Mbappé (29) has had more goal involvements with Paris in the top flight this season. No other midfielder has scored more goals than PSG's number 17 in the competition in 2023-24.

And then there's Gonçalo Ramos, who emulated Zlatan and Ronnie, no less. Already scorer of a brace in the first leg, Gonçalo Ramos is the third PSG player to score at least three goals against Marseille in the same Ligue 1 season. Just like Ibrahimovic in 2015-2016 and Ronaldinho in 2002-2003.


What a season he's had too. Gianluigi Donnarumma loves big matches, both with Paris and with his national team. And he proved it again in the 23-24 Classique, making ten saves against OM on Sunday. This is the highest total for a Paris goalkeeper - and for a keeper in a Ligue 1 Classique - since 2006/2007, when Opta analysis began.

The Azzurri goalkeeper helped PSG to a fifth consecutive clean sheet in a Ligue 1 Classique at the Velodrome! Marseille's last goalscorer at the Velodrome against PSG in the league was... Florian Thauvin in 2017.