Neymar scores four as Cavani matches Zlatan record

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Brazilian striker Neymar netted four goals in PSG's win vs. Dijon, but he received boos from the home crowd.

Things did not improve for the visitors after the break as PSG went on to score four more goals.

Di Maria hit the victor against Nantes last time out and he was on target again, picking out the top-right corner with a sensational left-footed 20-yard strike that he whipped across Baptiste Reynet. Three minutes before the break, Neymar curled a superb free kick past Baptiste Reynet as PSG continued to pile the pressure.

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But when Cavani won a late penalty with the score at 7-0 and Neymar having already wrapped up his hat-trick, the former Barcelona man denied his colleague the chance to surpass Ibrahimovic.

Dijon initially showed more fight after the interval, Kwon Chang-Hoon bending a shot wide of the post, before Reynet made his first save, sticking out his right boot to block Neymar's shot. The player meant to take penalties is Neymar so I don't think Edi will have something against Neymar. Neymar added his second before scoring a sensational third.

Fittingly it was Neymar who capped off the scoring from the penalty spot after Cedric Yambere had been penalised for a foul inside the area, with the PSG forward sending the keeper the wrong way for his fourth of the evening and 15th Ligue 1 goal of the season. We're happy with it.

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This season the world's most expensive footballer had bagged 11 goals in 14 games, which was a pretty decent record, but then he came up against Dijon on Wednesday night and proved he really could cut the mustard.

PSG lead the table by 11 points from nearest rivals Lyon after 21 games - who they play on Sunday.

Since joining PSG, Neymar has scored 24 goals and assisted a further 16 strikes in 23 games.

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