PSG claim domestic treble: A look at the key numbers

Rajdeep Saha
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PSG claim domestic treble: A look at the key numbers
PSG claim domestic treble: A look at the key numbers

01 Aug 2020: PSG claim domestic treble: A look at the key numbers

Paris Saint-Germain claimed the domestic treble this season after winning the French League Cup.

PSG overcame Lyon 6-5 in penalties to the trophy.

Notably, this was their second trophy in a week's span. They had earlier beaten Saint-Etienne 1-0 in the French Cup.

They were also awarded the Ligue 1 title in May.

Here we look at the key numbers.

Trophies: French giants PSG look for a quadruple

PSG can end the 2019-20 season with a quadruple if they manage to win a maiden Champions League honor.

They play Atalanta in the quarter-finals on Wednesday, August 12.

PSG are one of the favorites to win the UCL and have scored 20 goals so far (second-highest).

Out of eight games, PSG have won six, besides drawing and losing one game each.

Trophies: PSG dominate the 2019-20 season with a host of trophies

PSG have now won nine French League Cups.

They had earlier won five straight French league Cups between 2014-2018.

The French Cup victory was their 13th honor.

They had earlier won four successive French Cup trophies between 2015-2018.

They pocketed their ninth league title and a third in succession.

PSG had started the season by winning the Trophée des Champions (7th successive).

Fact: Tuchel collects sixth trophy as PSG boss

Thomas Tuchel collected his sixth trophy as the side's manager. Out of 101 matches under him, PSG have won 78 with a win percentage of 77.23. He has only lost 12 matches so far as PSG boss in all competitions.

Stats: PSG win 4 domestic trophies in a single campaign

PSG have won all four domestic trophies in a single campaign for the fourth time in the last six seasons.

They achieved the feat in 2014-15, 2015-16, 2017-18 and 2019-20.

PSG are the last team to win the French League Cup as the competition has been suspended indefinitely from the 2020-21 campaign onwards.