PSG cemented themselves in the record books on Sunday night when they scored a 2-0 triumph over Marseille in Ligue 1’s biggest rivalry.
The Parisians made it 11 straight wins to start the season, joining a Spurs club that accomplished the feat in the 1960-61 season as only team to do so in any European league.
Kylian Mbappe supplied the squad with a goal in the 65th-minute, just three minutes after he came on as a substitute, by making an incredible run past several defenders before slotting the ball past Steve Mandanda.
Julian Draxler secured the victory for the reigning French champions when he slid to reach a Neymar cross in the dying moments.
The win also meant that PSG are unbeaten in 17 encounters with Marseille, the longest stretch ever in the rivalry between the two teams.
The atmosphere was hostile in the Orange Velodrome, as the raucous crowd threw objects at Neymar and other PSG players as they attempted to take corner kicks.
Things only got worse when Marseille were denied an equaliser in the 84th-minute. Substitute Alexander Mitroglou tucked in a loose ball following a free kick, however the referee blew the play dead a moment before for a questionable foul on Kevin Strootman.
The Marseille players and manager Rudi Garcia appealed for a VAR review to revisit the decision, however referee Benoit Bastien refused the requests.
PSG sit eight points clear at the top of the league table after 11 games, with Lille and Montpellier rounding out the top three.
PSG go for history against the second-place squad on Friday night at Parc des Prices, where BetVictor has them priced as 2/5 favourites to make it 12 from 12.