Luis Enrique’s PSG has the worst start to the season in the QSI era

PSG have only won two of their five matches since the start of the season. FRANCK FIFE / AFP

After the defeat against Nice (2-3) on Friday, Paris-SG has only taken eight points out of 15 possible since the start of the season. Never seen since 2010!

The statistic hurts. After two draws against Lorient (0-0) and Toulouse (1-1), then two victories against Lens (3-1) and Lyon (4-1), Paris Saint-Germain conceded his first defeat of the season against Nice (2-3) Friday, at the Parc des Princes, during the fifth day of Ligue 1. Luis Enrique’s men therefore have a record of eight points out of 15 possible. Good for a third place in the L1 ranking, before the rest of the day’s matches. This is unheard of since the start of the Qatari era in Paris. In fact, you have to go back to the 2010-11 season to see the capital club with such a low points total. Antoine Kombouaré’s players took seven points this season, the last before QSI.

For comparison, Christophe Galtier’s Paris Saint-Germain had won 13 points out of 15 possible to start the past season. Next meetings of Parisians? The Champions League and the Dortmund reception on Tuesday (9 p.m.), then the Clic against OM, next Sunday (8:45 p.m.), in Ligue 1.

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