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PSG Crowned Ligue 1 Champions In Mbappe’s Likely Final Season


Paris Saint-Germain secured the Ligue 1 title following AS Monaco’s defeat to Lyon on Sunday, marking their 12th league triumph in club history.

PSG’s hopes were kept alive after a surprising 3-3 draw against Le Havre on Saturday, banking on Monaco’s failure to secure a win to clinch the championship.

Despite their draw, PSG’s 70-point lead, compared to Monaco’s 59, made the title unattainable for the chasing pack with only three games remaining in the season.

The French powerhouse aims to capture all four trophies this season, possibly marking star forward Kylian Mbappé’s farewell campaign.

With 10 titles in the last 13 years since Qatari Sports Investment’s takeover in 2011, PSG solidifies its dominance in French football.

Despite speculation about his move to Real Madrid, Mbappé’s 26 league goals have been instrumental in PSG’s success, as the team navigates a transitional phase post-Neymar and Messi era last summer.

Mbappé’s recent accomplishments include breaking the record for most top-flight goals for a single club in French football history, previously held by Roger Courtois.

Supported by Vitinha, Gonçalo Ramos, and Randal Kolo Muani, Mbappé continues to lead PSG’s goal-scoring charts.

In his tenure since 2017, Mbappé has secured six Ligue 1 titles in seven seasons, with the exception of the 2020-21 season, where Lille edged PSG by a narrow margin.

PSG’s league triumph adds to their Super Cup victory earlier this season, as they pursue glory in the Champions League and French Cup.

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