PSG are still unbeaten this season, but they drew with Ajax in their first Champions League group game.
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Paris Saint Germain's 2-0 win away at Caen in midweek not only broke a sequence of three draws but lifted them to second in the table and temporarily silenced the critics.Earlier in the week, PSG coach Laurent Blanc admitted his side had been having "a bit of a hard time," but victory at Caen steadied the nerves and provided a morale-boost ahead of the visit of Barcelona.However, Paris' strength in depth showed as the Brazilian midfield pair of Lucas and Marquinhos scored the goals which saw off Caen, even if Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani was largely shackled by the home defense.The win, their first since early August and first away from home this season, put PSG three points behind leaders and bitter rivals Marseille in the Ligue 1 table.
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