French League Cup: Edinson Cavani equals competition goal record to guide Paris Saint-Germain to last-16
Edinson Cavani scored his 15th French League Cup goal in Tuesday's 2-1 victory at second-tier Orleans in the last 16 to equal the record held by former Paris Saint-Germain star Pauleta.
Paris: Edinson Cavani scored his 15th French League Cup goal in Tuesday's 2-1 victory at second-tier Orleans in the last-16 to equal the record held by former Paris Saint-Germain star Pauleta.
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Thomas Tuchel's side took the lead on 41 minutes when Cavani lobbed the Orleans goalkeeper following an assist by Angel Di Maria.
Orleans hit back through a goal from Joseph Lopy midway through the second half, but substitute Moussa Diaby sent PSG through to the quarter-finals with the winner 10 minutes from time.
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