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Paris Night To Forget For Dinamo Zagreb

Dinamo Zagreb are still yet to find the back of the net in the UEFA Champions League this season after losing their fourth game straight against Paris Saint-Germain 4:0 in Paris last night.

Paris Saint-Germain went into the break 1-0 up when centre-back Alex converted nicely a Zlatan Ibrahimovic cross in the 15th minute. Goals to Matuidi, Menez and Hoarau in the second half sealed the misery for the Croatian champions who remain firmly cemented to the bottom of the group with 0 points.

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