Marseille 0-3 PSG: Galtier thinks "PSG behaved like champions"

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PSG visited Marseille for the last time this season and earned a dominant 0-3 victory on the road against their Classique opponents. The win helped Paris Saint-Germain build an eight-point lead over OM in the Ligue 1 table in what looked like a title-deciding matchup.

The gameplan of Christophe Galtier worked wonders on Sunday evening at the Stade Velodrome with PSG already up two goals before the first 30 minutes of play. Igor Tudor's tactics and individual man-marking didn't help Marseille, who struggled through the full game and also had it hard on offensive play.

The coach of PSG, Christophe Galtier, addressed the media after coasting through Sunday's game at Marseille match in his post-game press conference. Here are the most interesting thoughts he shared.

After scoring his 20th goal at PSG... Is Kylian Mbappe the best player in the world?

"He has tied a beautiful record, one from Edinson Cavani, who we hold in high regard. We know that Kylian will beat that record. He is surely the best striker in the world. He goes fast, and he does everything quickly. He knows how to be decisive in big games, which is also the sign of great players."