Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a brace on his last appearance for Paris Saint-Germain as Laurent Blanc’s side completed a second successive domestic treble with a 4-2 victory against Marseille in the final of the Coupe de France.

Blaise Matuidi put PSG in front in the third minute, timing his run into the box perfectly to finish off a low cross by Angel Di Maria, but Marseille were level within 10 minutes at the Stade de France when Florian Thauvin rifled into the near post from 20 yards.

Ibrahimovic, a free agent when his contract expires, restored PSG’s lead within two minutes of the restart, converting a penalty after Matuidi was brought down in the box, the striker scoring his 50th goal of the season for club and country.

Edinson Cavani then finished off a precise Ibrahimovic pass to add a third, and Ibrahimovic himself added the fourth, running on to a Matuidi pass to leave the club on a typically glorious high, after scoring 156 goals in 180 PSG games.


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