Whatever happens, Paris will not be mathematically crowned champion at the end of the 35th day.
This Sunday, PSG moves to the Parc des Sports d’Annecy to face Evian TG. At a few games to the end of the season with nine points ahead of its runner, the capital club will not wonder whether it is champion, but when it will be.
Blaise Matuidi is one of the architects of the prowess of PSG. The Franco-Angolan had an excellent season with his club. The former Saint-Etienne is about to be crowned champion of France. Before the end of the League 1, Matuidi made a first assessment of the season.
“I am very excited about what is happening to me right now. I will surely win the first title of my career, it’s something extraordinary. And it is true that playing matches in the Champions League, reaching the quarterfinals, and face great nations with the Team of France are the goals I set for myself and that are now achieved, he said on the club’s official website. But I do not want to stop there, especially with the World Cup in Brazil that is coming forth. “