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Edinson Cavani scored the first goal in PSG's 3-1 win over Lorient.
Champions Paris Saint-Germain established a Ligue 1 record on Wednesday night when they stretched their unbeaten run to 33 matches. They beat Lorient 3-1 and the victory restored their 24-point advantage over Monaco.
Uruguay international Edinson Cavani opened the scoring after six minutes. But the visitors responded midway through the first-half with a goal from Raphael Guerreiro.
Star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic made it 2-1 jsut after the pause and Layvin Kurzawa secured the win 20 minutes from time.
PSG coach Laurent Blanc made six changes to the side that equalled the record set by Nantes in 1994/95 season.
"We can be very pleased. The record, it really is something," Blanc said after his side's 14th win in a row. "We were not in total control at certain times. But I have to take my share of the responsibility. After rotating the team, it is normal to have a few problems."
PSG are gearing up for the first-leg of their tie against Chelsea on 16 February in the last 16 of the Uefa Champions League. PSG are also aiming to repeat their treble haul of last season. They have already reached the final of the League Cup where they will play Lille and they are into the last 16 of the French Cup.