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PSG may be out of Champions League, but its hopes of a second straight domestic treble remain alive, thanks to Zlatan Ibrahimovic. 

By The SI Staff
April 19, 2016

PSG may be out of Champions League, but its hopes of a second straight domestic treble remain alive, thanks to Zlatan Ibrahimovic. 

Ibrahimovic scored the lone goal in a 1-0 Coupe de France semifinal win over Lorient Tuesday, putting PSG back into the final, where it will face either Marseille or Sochaux on May 20.

PSG, which has already clinched another Ligue 1 title, will play for the Coupe de la Ligue trophy on Saturday against Lille. 

Should it win that, it will be able to go for the French treble as well, with Ibrahimovic's impressive effort the reason. After taking a pass down the middle from Angel di Maria, Ibrahimovic eluded one defender before slicing a blast off the outside of his right foot to score in the 75th minute. The goal was Ibrahimovic's 42nd in all competitions this season. His 32 in Ligue 1 are by far the most in the league, with Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette trailing by 15 strikes.

Watch Ibrahimovic's game-winner below:

Sochaux and Marseille battle for the other place in the Coupe de France final on Wednesday.

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