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With Neymar and Kylian Mbappé unused on the substitutes bench of Unai Emery, PSG raced to a 4-0 lead thanks to two goals from Ángel Di María and Edinson Cavani. Second-placed Monaco, who broke a streak of four successive PSG names when they won the championship last season, did pull a goal back on 38 minutes through Rony Lopes to make it 4-1 before half-time, but had been dismissed in the second half with Di María, Julian Draxler and a Radamel Falcao own target capping an excellent day for the Parisians. The result means they are now 17 points clear of Monaco games remaining.

The future of the manager is the topic of speculation despite Emery finishing a domestic triumph last month. PSG have scored 103 goals in this league campaign. Neymar did not seem to be in attendance at the Parc des Princes, but advised Brazilian press earlier on Sunday that he is "recovering well" out of his foot injury and "feels no pain." "I'm stepping little by little," said the Brazilian, who's still expected to be named in Brazil's World Cup squad. "I can't walk freely with no shoe, but I'm in treatment, I'm working out in the gym also." Mario Mandzukic, Benedikt Höwedes, and Sami Khedira were on the scoresheet for Juventus.Substitute Douglas Costa set up all three goals as Juventus place their Champions League heartbreak behind them to close in on a seventh consecutive league title. agen judi bola

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When Costa's cross was volleyed by Mario Mandzukic the hosts took the lead. The Brazilian winger, who had replaced the injured Miralem Pjanic two minutes before, also supplied the cross for Benedikt Hoewedes to go the second on the hour, then went on a brilliant solo run to prepare the third for Sami Khedira. "It was outstanding save by an outstanding goalkeeper," said Maurizio Sarri, the Napoli head coach. "The group is doing exactly what it must do, at the moment we're less brilliant in attack but it was still a fantastic performance." Juventus face Crotone off on Wednesday before hosting Napoli at a crucial game next Sunday.

The side of Max Allegri also has home fixtures against Bologna and Verona, in addition to trips to Roma and Internazionale to come. At the Bundesliga Yevhen Konoplyanka and Nando were on goal as Schalke beat their regional rivals Borussia Dortmund 2-0 to close in on a top-four finish. Schalke took the lead five minutes after the break when Konoplyanka drilled the ball home following a mistake, after failing to make their superiority count from the first half. The defender Naldo sealed the win in style for the team of Domenico Tedesco, lashing against a free kick. Schalke are eight points clear of Leipzig, who drew 1-1 with four games, with Werder Bremen. The Michy Batshuayi of Dortmund left the field on a stretcher. Reports indicate the striker, on loan from Chelsea, might miss the World Cup and may have ligament damage. Reuters