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Paris clinch third successive Ligue 1 title

Published: Saturday 16 May 2015, 23.02CET
Paris Saint-Germain have been crowned champions for a third season running after recording an eighth successive victory, with history now in the offing.

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Published: Saturday 16 May 2015, 23.02CET

Paris clinch third successive Ligue 1 title

Paris Saint-Germain have been crowned champions for a third season running after recording an eighth successive victory, with history now in the offing.

Paris Saint-Germain reclaim Ligue 1 title with 2-1 success at Montpellier Hérault SC.
• Blaise Matuidi and Ezequiel Lavezzi on target as Paris seal third successive French championship.
• PSG eight points clear of second-placed Olympique Lyonnais with one game remaining.
• Parisians on course to become first team to win Ligue 1, French Cup and French League Cup treble.

• Second-placed lyon held 1-1 at home by FC Girondins de Bordeaux, in sixth spot.
• Enzo Crivelli gives visitors third-minute lead before Nabil Fekir restores parity six minutes later.

• Bernardo Silva and Valère Germain on target as AS Monaco FC, in third, beat relegated FC Metz.
• Hosts occupy UEFA Champions League qualifying spot with one game remaining.
• Les Rouge et Blanc two points clear of fourth-placed Olympique de Marseille.
Olympique de Marseille record emphatic 4-0 victory at LOSC Lille.
• André-Pierre Gignac nets 21st league goal of season as OM seal UEFA Europa League spot.
Évian Thonon Gaillard FC relegated from Ligue 1 following 2-1 defeat by AS Saint-Étienne.

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Last updated: 16/05/15 23.50CET

Results

French Ligue 1 2014/15

Matches
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Last updated: 18/07/2019 17:28 CET

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DijonDijon20:00ReimsReims
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AngersAngers20:00LyonLyon
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MarseilleMarseille20:00MetzMetz
Venue: Marseille

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ParisParis20:00RennesRennes
Venue: Paris

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MontpellierMontpellier20:00NantesNantes
Venue: Montpellier

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MonacoMonaco20:00ToulouseToulouse
Venue: Monaco

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BrestBrest20:00NîmesNîmes
Venue: Brest

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NiceNice20:00St-ÉtienneSt-Étienne
Venue: Nice

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StrasbourgStrasbourg20:00BordeauxBordeaux
Venue: Strasbourg

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LOSCLOSC20:00AmiensAmiens
Venue: Lille

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