Paris Saint-Germain dominated Olympique Marseille at the Parc des Princes, clinching a resounding 4-0 victory. This clash marked the 106th matchup between both sides, and it turned into a showcase of Parisian prowess.
Right from the outset, Paris took control of the game. Kylian Mbappe earned a free kick from 25 meters, and Achraf Hakimi capitalized with a brilliant strike into the top corner, leaving Marseille's Pau Lopez helpless.
With over 80% possession, Paris dictated the tempo, and Marseille seemed content to defend.
Amidst this one-sided affair, Jonathan Clauss delivered a perfect cross for Vitinha (the bad one), whose header rattled Donnarumma's crossbar, providing a brief scare for Paris. However, Paris continued to press, and Hakimi's relentless efforts eventually led to Randal Kolo Muani's debut goal for the club.
The night was full of firsts as Gonçalo Ramos found the net with a header from a well-placed cross by Ousmane Dembele. Marseille struggled to mount any meaningful attacks, plagued by technical errors and ineffective corners.
Kolo Muani had a chance blocked and Mbemba squandered an opportunity for OM as Paris continued to control the game. Manuel Ugarte's midfield mastery set the stage for the Parisian faithful to celebrate their 23rd victory in 30 derbies since the start of the QSI era back in 2011.
To cap off the splendid night, Goncalo Ramos scored again, courtesy of Kolo Muani's assist igniting one last roar from the ecstatic Parisian crowd.