Zlatan Ibrahimovic wrapped up his four year stay with Paris Saint-Germain in style by netting a superb double and setting up another in the French champions’ 4-2 Cup final victory over Marseille on Saturday.
The Swedish forward, who announced to leave PSG by the end of this season a week ago, scored his first in the 47th minute from the penalty spot after Florian Thauvin canceled out Blaise Matuidi’s early opener.
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Ibra then teed up Edinson Cavani at the 57 minute before adding a late goal on 82 minutes to nail PSG’s 10th French Cup title.
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Marseille, who finished just 13th in Ligue 1, scored a second goal through Michy Batshuayi three minutes from time.
With the victory, PSG completed a second straight domestic treble after Les Parisiens secured their fourth Ligue 1 title in a row with eight rounds remaining and lifted the Cup of League by the end of last month.