The 34-year old Swedish striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, has hailed PSG’s dominance in Ligue 1 after the team made history on Wednesday.
Ibra scored a goal as PSG beat Lorient (3-1) at Parc des Princes to stretch their unbeaten league run to record breaking 33 matches.
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Zlatan says that Paris Saint-Germain is fortunate to have such a strong team, as they are aiming for an unprecedented quadruple.
“We have a quality squad and no matter who is on the pitch, the quality remains the same.”
“Our team is only interested in winning and we’re very happy to have set this new record. PSG is ready for the big games that are coming up this season.” – said Ibra, for PSG’s official website.
Crystal Palace’s chairman, Steve Parish, has revealed that his team is eager to sign PSG player Yohan Cabaye.
It is believed that the Eagles manager – Alan Padrew would be really happy to reunite with his former playmaker. Besides Crystal Palace, Roma has also shown interest in this 29-year-old midfielder.
“That’s definitely one we would like to do, if we can, it will be massive for the club. He’s a seasoned international. That’s definitely one we’re working on.
“For us to get into the top 10 in the Premier League, we have got make sure we are bringing in top 10 Premier League players.” – said Padrew for “TalkSport”.
Thiago Motta, PSG midfielder, spoke on the final “sprint” of his team.
The PSG midfielder Thiago Motta, spoke at a news conference before moving on the lawn of Sochaux at the 33rd day of Ligue 1. “We approach this week as the other. I see no particular pressure. We will have other opportunities to pass the MHSC. All remaining matches will be important but remain focused on the next game against Sochaux. All teams play against we 100% so we must be focused from the start to the end.”
Mamadou Sakho deserved his position in the starting line-up PSG by stating that he worked hard every day to become a better football player.
“To each his own philosophy. I try to stay the same. I arrive in the morning with a smile. I give myself fully on the ground. I work for progress. This is essential. Of course it is frustrating and annoying (not to play), especially when you’re a competitor like me. But hey, there are still six games of the Championship. I remain focused on the goal of the club (Editor’s note: pick up the league title). We work for it since last summer. It would be nice to be rewarded at the end of the season.”