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November 25, 2014

PARIS (AP) — Edinson Cavani scored twice and Zlatan Ibrahimovic got his first club goal for nearly three months as Paris Saint-Germain overcame a second-half wobble to beat Ajax 3-1 in the Champions League on Tuesday.

PSG stays one point ahead of Barcelona in Group F before they meet at the Nou Camp in two weeks' time. Both teams had already qualified before Tuesday's games.

After Cavani scored for the third successive European game in the 33rd minute, Davy Klaassen leveled with a powerful header midway through the second half.

With Ajax gaining in confidence, PSG weathered a spell of pressure before Ibrahimovic soothed the nerves with an expertly-taken goal in the 78th.

Five minutes later, Cavani profited from a poor back pass to round Netherlands goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen and slot home.

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