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Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Champions League: The moment to break Ibrahimovic PSG’s record will come – Cavani

Paris Saint-Germain striker, Edinson Cavani, has said that it would be 'exceptionally unique' to break the club's objective scoring record held by Manchester United star, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, yet his emphasis is on his group. 

Cavani, who is only three objectives far from drawing level with Ibrahimovic's record of 156 for PSG, having officially gotten 23 times this season said he doesn't harp on singular awards. 

Talking in front of his side's Champions League conflict against Bayern Munich, the Uruguay universal said group achievement starts things out. 

"The minute will come. It's something exceptionally extraordinary for any player, yet truly, everybody at Paris knows how I am," Cavani told a news meeting, by means of UEFA. 

"I concentrate significantly more than on the group than the person. I generally expect to give the greatest. 

"The most imperative thing is that we win and ideally win the trophy at last." 

PSG are best of Group B in front of Tuesday's conflict in Germany, with Bayern requiring a four-objective win to overwhelm the Ligue 1 goliaths.

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