Stats & Facts: the win over Dijon
Relive all the action from Paris Saint-Germain's 6-1 win over Dijon, at the Stade Gaston Gérard on Wednesday that saw Les Rouge et Bleu into the semi-finals of the Coupe de France:
Paris Saint-Germain defender Mitchel Bakker made his first start for the club from the capital and provided the cross for the own goal inside the opening minute of the match. The U19 Dutch international joined Paris last summer from Ajax and made his debut for Les Rouge et Bleu off the bench against Pau (2-0), in the previous round of the Coupe de France.
Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Pablo Sarabia has scored in each of his first four Coupe de France matches for Les Rouge et Bleu. The Spain international becomes the second Paris player to score in the first four Cup matches of the season since Pedro Miguel Pauleta in 2003-04. The current No.19 has scored eight goals and provided two assists in ten matches in 2020.
Against Dijon, Paris Saint-Germain's opponents scored their sixth and seventh own goals of 2020 in all competitions. That is at least four more than any other club in Europe's top 5 leagues has received since the turn of the year. Only Pablo Sarabia, with eight goals, has done better over the same period. Wesley Lautoa's own goal, after just 48 seconds was the quickest Paris goal since Edinson Cavani scored after just 42 seconds against Arsenal, on 13 September 2016 in the UEFA Champions League.
Paris Saint-Germain have qualified for the 21st semi-final in the Coupe de France. Te next game will the 12th semi-final since the turn of the century - at least five more than any other team over the same period. The club from the capital have played 236 matches in the competition, winning 167, drawing 28 and losing 41 at a win ratio of 70%.
Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappé has scored 24 goals in all competitions this season. It is at least six more than any other French player in EUrope's top 5 leagues. He is the only French player in Europe's top 5 leagues to have scored in five different competitions this term (Trophée des Champions, Ligue 1, UEFA Champions League, Coupe de la Ligue, Coupe de France).