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Emlyn Begley

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  1. Post update

    That's us done here for the night. Brentford and Middlesbrough are still playing in the Championship play-off so check that bad boy out.

    David Luiz

    Hamburg 1-1 Freiburg

    Freiburg push for a late winner but it did not come. They move out of the bottom three on goal difference, with Hamburg a point above them. Everyone else has yet to play this weekend through.

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    Sam Lewis: PSG simply will not be able to compete in Europe until they get a team that weren't all bought for double price

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    Diegwu: PSG has a lot of class and it's a pity they didn't get to the final of the Champions League

    GoalTranslation: Looking very much like it's going to be Bye-byEibar :(

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    Paris St-Germain 6-0 Guingamp

    Are they playing YMCA as their post-match victory music at the Parc des Princes?!


    Hamburg 1-1 Freiburg

    Five minutes added on. Could Hamburg win this?

    Hamburg v Freiburg

    Paris St-Germain 6-0 Guingamp

    Paris St-Germain are now two wins from the French title.

    Edinson Cavani
  8. GOAL

    Hamburg 1-1 Freiburg - Gojko Kacar (90 mins)

    A huge, monster goal at the bottom of the Bundesliga. Gojko Kacar rescues a point for Hamburg in the final minute with a header after keeper Roman Burki fumbled an effort.

  9. GOAL

    Paris St-Germain 6-0 Guingamp - Zlatan Ibrahimovic (90 mins)

    No doubt who was going to take it. Zlatan Ibrahimovic steps up and blasts it past Jonas Lossl, who went the right way.


    Paris St-Germain 5-0 Guingamp

    Cruising even more now as Jeremy Sorbon drags Zlatan Ibrahimovic down in the box.

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic
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    Paris St-Germain 5-0 Guingamp

    PSG cruising towards victory here. Ninty seconds left.

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    Eibar 0-2 Espanyol - Christian Stuani (60 mins)

    Christian Stuani doubles Espanyol's lead. Eibar - in their first ever season among Spain's elite - could drop into the bottom three this weekend if other results go against them.

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    Hamburg 0-1 Freiburg

    Hamburg defender Johan Djourou keeps his side in the game with a brilliant diving block to keep out Nils Petersen's goalbound effort from close range.

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    Paris St-Germain 5-0 Guingamp

    Jonas Lossl keeps out a header from Lucas Moura, an earlier substitute for Paris St-Germain.

    Lossl has been a busy man tonight.


    Paris St-Germain 5-0 Guingamp

    Paris St-Germain boss Laurent Blanc knows the job is done and Adrien Rabiot and Ezequiel Lavezzi come on to repalce Blaise Matuidi and Javier Pastore.

  16. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 5-0 Guingamp

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic hits a fantastic curling free-kick from 35 yards which is tipped around the post by Jonas Lossl. The corner comes in and the Swede should make it 6-0 but heads straight at the Dane.

  17. GOAL

    Paris St-Germain 5-0 Guingamp - Edinson Cavani

    Edinson Cavani gets his hat-trick, his first in the French top flight. Near the halfway line, Marco Verratti takes a quick free-kick which catches everyone out - including the cameramen and me. More importantly it also catches out he Guingamp defence and Cavani fires home.

    Edinson Cavani
  18. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 4-0 Guingamp

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic, looking for a hat-trick of assists, chips the ball over the top to Edinson Cavani, looking for a hat-trick of goals but the Uruguayan volleys well wide.

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    Paris St-Germain 4-0 Guingamp

    Guingamp's Moustapha Diallo, on as a substitute for Thibault Giresse, heads wide. It's the first effort of theirs I can remember in ages.

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    Paris St-Germain 4-0 Guingamp

    We're 65 minutes in and I've just heard the commentators mention Sylvain Marveaux for the first time. He'd probably still get in Newcastle's team though.

  21. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 4-0 Guingamp

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic has a chance to score his second but Jeremy Sorbon basically wraps his legs around the Swede's to deny the stirker. Could easily have been a penalty.

  22. Elsewhere in Europe...

    Freiburg still lead Bundesliga relegation rivals Hamburg 1-0 and La Liga strugglers Eibar trail 1-0 to Espanyol.

  23. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 4-0 Guingamp


    Paris St-Germain will be hoping to go into next season as defending champions again but they'll have to do it without PSV Eindhoven forward Memphis Depay.

    The 21-year-old will join Manchester United for a fee of £25-30m.

    Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal said: "I have been forced to sign him. I had to handle it otherwise he would have signed for PSG."

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    Paris St-Germain 4-0 Guingamp

    What this additionally means for the Ligue 1 table now is Paris St-Germain now have a better goal difference of two than Lyon.

    Lyon play Caen tomorrow as they look to half the six-point gap.

  25. GOAL

    Paris St-Germain 4-0 Guingamp - Maxwell

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic gets his second assist. The Swede has the ball on the byeline, does a little shuffle of the hips and just lifts the ball up in the air across the box for Maxwell to head into an empty net.

    Maxwell Paris St Germain
  26. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 3-0 Guingamp

    French former president Nicolas Sarkozy

    Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy is at tonight's game, he's a Paris St-Germain fan according to Google. And he'll like what he's just seen...

  27. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 3-0 Guingamp

    No sooner have I told you about that goal than Edinson Cavani almost scored a hat-trick. He beat the offside trap from Javier Pastore's ball and tried to slot it under jumping keeper Jonas Lossl. Luckily for Guingamp, Lossl just gets a touch with his foot. Cavani has the ball back moments later but hits the sidenetting.

  28. GOAL

    Paris St-Germain 3-0 Guingamp - Edinson Cavani (52 mins)

    Edinson Cavani

    Paris St-Germain seal this game and what better way to celebrate than with some rubbish piped music from the speakers. Ball comes forward to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who helps it on and Edinson Cavani whallops it home.

  29. KICK-OFF

    Hamburg 0-1 Freiburg


  30. KICK-OFF

    Paris St-Germain 2-0 Guingamp

    Under way.

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    Paris St-Germain 2-0 Guingamp

    Paris St-Germain players coming out of the tunnel now. Almost time for the second half.

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    Have your say on PSG's domestic quadruple chase over on our Facebook page.

    Paul Harpur: Worst quadruple ever


  33. GOAL

    Eibar 0-1 Espanyol - Sergio Garcia (29 mins)

    Spanish La Liga

    Eibar could drop into the relegation zone this weekend as Sergio Garcia has given Espanyol the lead over the Basque boys.


    Hamburg 0-1 Freiburg

    Also half-time in Germany. Hamburg could be slipping towards a first ever Bundesliga relegation. They are the only side to be in every Bundesliga season ever (since it was formed in 1963).

    Gojko Kacar (R) of Hamburg and Karim Guede (L)
    Hamburg's Slobodan Rajkovic

    Paris St-Germain 2-0 Guingamp

    It's the break. As things stand PSG go six points clear over Lyon (who play tomorrow).

    Paris St Germain
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    Paris St-Germain 2-0 Guingamp

    Guingamps's Claudio Beauvue had a 40-yard free-kick a while ago and forced a save. He tries to repeat that trick but it is literally one of the worst attempts I've seen in ages. Kilometres over the bar.

    Moments before that Younousse Sankhare appeared to stand on PSG mdifielder Marco Verratti's hand but was not punished.

  37. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 2-0 Guingamp

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic plays Javier Pastore in but the Argentine is ruled offside - maybe technically part of him was slightly further forward than the defender - but we're talking centimetres.

    Paris St-Germain
  38. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 2-0 Guingamp

    PSG looking in cruise control. Javier Pastore hit the post a few moments ago - keeper Jonas Lossl might have got a touch. Five minutes to go until the break.

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    Spanish La Liga

    Struggling Eibar drawing 0-0 with Espanyol after 20 minutes in Spain.


    Paris St-Germain 2-0 Guingamp

    Paris St-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the first player to be booked. The Swede, who has recently returned from a three-game ban, slides in on Christophe Mandanne but gets his timing wrong.

  41. GOAL

    Hamburg 0-1 Freiburg - Admir Mehmedi (25 mins)

    A huge goal in Germany and Freiburg take the lead against relegation rivals Hamburg. Admir Mehmedi latches onto a long ball, lets it bounce and smashes it past Rene Adler from an angle. As things stand Freiburg move out of the bottom three and Hamburg are only above the relegation play-off place on goal difference.

    Admir Mehmedi (L) of Freiburg
  42. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 2-0 Guingamp

    Claudio Beauvue

    Guingamp midfielder Claudio Beauvue has his head bandaged after an accidental collision with Zlatan Ibrahimovic's elbow. Think Terry Butcher for England. Wonder if Beauvue will go on to manage Inverness and Newport.

  43. Post update

    Hamburg 0-0 Freiburg

    In Germany a fantastic reflex save by Rene Adler has kept Hamburg level when Felix Klaus looked certain to score from close range.

    Hamburg 0-0 Freiburg
  44. GOAL

    Paris St-Germain 2-0 Guingamp - Zlatan Ibrahimovic (18 mins)

    Sorry Guingamp fans for saying your lads were starting to come back into it. Marco Verratti finds Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who receives the ball 10 yards from goal, works it onto his left foot and fires home.

    Paris St Germain
  45. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 1-0 Guingamp

    Guingamp are not short of confidence and Lionel Mathis tries a first-time volley from 25 yards but it's wide. PSG dominating possession so far - they've had about 80% - but the visitors are starting to come back into the game.

  46. Post update

    Eibar v Espanyol (19:45 BST)

    La Liga table

    We will also bring you occasional updates from Eibar v Espanyol in La Liga tonight.

    Espanyol sit 10th but Eibar - in their first season in Spain's top flight - are just one point above the relegation zone.

    Of course they can't go down if the season never ends...

  47. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 1-0 Guingamp

    Guingamp have a free-kick about 40 yards out and Claudio Beauvue has a go! What is he thinking of shooting from there? But actually it's a great free-kick and keeper Salvatore Sirigu has to tip it over the crossbar.

    From the corner, Jeremy Sorbon heads straight at Sirigu.

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    Over on our Facebook page, there is some dispute over whether PSG can count the Champions Trophy (their Community Shield) as a trophy in their quadruple bid.

    Nithin R S: How can you consider a champions cup as a major trophy? Do you consider Community Shield in Britain in same way? I find it as a charity match with a shield to carry home as souvenir.

    Simon Lethbridge: How many competitions do they have in France?

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    Hamburg 0-0 Freiburg

    Freiburg's Jonathan Schmid hits the post, but the offside flag had already gone up. It's tense at the bottom of the Bundesliga.

    Hamburg v Freiburg
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    Paris St-Germain 1-0 Guingamp

    Edinson Cavani is attempting more backheels than I did when I played in the Press Association five-a-side league for PA Baracus. This one, like most of mine, fails to find its target and the opposition win possession.

  51. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 1-0 Guingamp

    Tenth-placed Guingamp have little to play for and Lyon are probably already writing this off as a game where the leaders might slip up. Edinson Cavani backheels the ball to Brazilian left-back Maxwell, whose shot from 10 yards out is just off target.

  52. GOAL

    Paris St-Germain 1-0 Guingamp - Edinson Cavani (2 mins)

    I said Edinson Cavani was ready three minutes ago and boy was I right? Serge Aurier, back in the team today, puts in a cross from the right and Uruguayan Cavani pokes home from close range.

    PSG v Guingamp
  53. KICK-OFF

    Hamburg 0-0 Freiburg

    Also under way in Germany - updates from this game will be less frequent than the latest from Ligue 1.

  54. KICK-OFF

    Paris St-Germain 0-0 Guingamp

    We are under way in the French capital.

  55. Post update

    Paris St-Germain v Guingamp (19:30 BST)

    PSG v Guingamp

    Almost time to go. Edinson Cavani is ready - are you?

    (Well he will be ready once he takes his tracksuit top off.)

  56. Team news

    Paris St-Germain v Guingamp (19:30 BST)

    PSG v Guingamp

    PSG make three changes from the team who beat Nantes 2-0. Keeper Salvatore Sirigu returns, while midfielder Yohan Cabaye and right-back Serge Aurier both come in. Zlatan Ibrahimovic starts as you would expect.

    PSG: Sirigu, Marquinhos, Maxwell, Aurier, Silva, Pastore, Cabaye, Verratti, Matuidi, Cavani, Ibrahimovic. Subs: Douchez, Camara, Digne, Kimpembe, Rabiot, Lucas, Lavezzi.

    Guingamp: Lossl, Jacobsen, Sankhare, Beauvue, Mandanne, Sorbon, Mathis, Marveaux, Lemaitre, Giresse, Kerbrat, Angoua, Diallo, Baca, Salibur, Alioui, Cardy, Samassa.

  57. Team news

    Hamburg v Freiburg (19:30 BST)

    Rafael van der Vaart

    Hamburg captainRafael van der Vaart missed training this week as a precaution against an injury concern but he is fit to start tonight's crucial game.

    Hamburg: Adler, Westermann, Djourou, Rajkovic, Ostrzolek, Kacar, Van der Vaart, Stieber, Holtby, Olic, Lasogga. Subs: Diekmeier, Jansen, Beister, Rudnevs, Jiracek, Diaz, Brunst.

    Freiburg: Burki, Mujdza, Krmas, Mitrovic, Gunter, Schmid, Darida, Hofler, Klaus, Mehmedi, Guede. Subs: Torrejon, Petersen, Kempf, Mielitz, Riether, Schuster, Philipp.

  58. Post update

    Hamburg v Freiburg (19:30 BST)

    Bundesliga table

    There's a big game at the bottom of the Bundesliga table tonight. Hamburg are the only team to have played in the Bundesliga every season since it was formed in 1963.

    But, with three games to go, they are only one point above the relegation play-off place (16th) - which is occupied by tonight's opponents Freiburg.

    The bottom two go down automatically, while 16th place play the third best team in the second tier.

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    Paris St-Germain v Guingamp (19:30 BST)

    Team news when I get it - still waiting for Paris St-Germain to reveal their line-up with 15 minutes to go. Newcastle loanee Sylvain Marveaux starts for Guinamp, I can tell you that much.

    PSG v Guingamp
  60. Join the debate at #bbceurofooty

    Despite the fact Paris St-Germain could win all four of France's domestic competitions this season (if we include their version of the Community Shield), can this be considered a good season?

    They were expected to walk the Ligue 1 title, after Monaco's downsizing, but the race is on course to go down to the final day. And of course they were humbled by Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals.

    Has Laurent Blanc done a good job? Will the Qatari owners be happy with their investment?

    Let us know using #bbceurofooty on Twitter, text us on 81111 (UK only, let us know your name) or give us a shout on our Facebook page.

  61. Post update

    Paris St-Germain v Guingamp (19:30 BST)

    PSG stat

    PSG midfielder Yohan Cabaye: "The team is confident. We are almost there. The whole squad is ready and is really motivated to win these two remaining trophies.

    "Nobody has ever won all four national titles in one season. It will be something magnificent. We have been working hard all season to reach this moment.

    "Despite all the criticism at the start of the season, we can still achieve something incredible. The whole squad knows it and is working hard every day to get these final victories and the trophies."

  62. Post update

    Paris St-Germain v Guingamp (19:30 BST)

    Laurent Blanc

    Lyon visit Caen tomorrow (16:00 BST) and could be six points behind - or could have the opportunity to go top depending what happens tonight.

    PSG boss Laurent Blanc said: "It's an advantage if we beat Guingamp. We are playing the first match of the round, which hasn't happened often this season. But the objective is the same every week: win the three points.

    "If we win, I think everyone, the journalists first and foremost, will say that Paris have put extra pressure on Lyon.

    "The team has improved since the start of the year because our injured players have returned. At the very highest level, it's crucial to be able to count on a full squad. Our performances have been very good since the start of 2015."

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    Paris St-Germain v Guingamp (19:30 BST)

    Ligue 1 table

    After 10 games, Marseille were the runaway leaders with Paris St-Germain seven points behind Marcelo Bielsa's side. Lyon were fourth.

    After 20 games, Lyon led Marseille by a point with PSG another three points behind in fourth place.

    But now - with three games left - PSG are three points clear of Lyon following a run of six consecutive league wins.

  64. Post update

    Paris St-Germain v Guingamp (19:30 BST)

    PSG celebrate 2014 title

    Win your last three games and you win the league.

    It seems a simple enough task for Paris St-Germain but never write anything off in this Ligue 1 campaign.