Paris Saint-Germain's players celebrate after winning the French L1 football match between Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Monaco (ASM) on April 15, 2018, at the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris. / AFP / CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT
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Paris Saint-Germain's demolition of Monaco that secured them the Ligue 1 crown Sunday only served to highlight the challenge facing the French game as the giants from the capital leave their rivals trailing.Any prospect of Monaco spoiling the party was quickly over, with PSG four goals up inside half an hour at the Parc des Princes.Monaco, Lyon and Marseille are the three closest rivals to PSG and that quartet will finish well clear of the rest in Ligue 1 this season.PSG may have turned heads by spending 400 million euros ($495 million) in the space of a month on Neymar and Mbappe last August, but they need competition, not least to help them stay sharp for big European games.This season, PSG could become the first team to get to 100 points in France.
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