Paris Saint-Germain’s Coupe de France final win over AS Saint-Etienne was memorable for a number of reasons. It was the club’s 13th Coupe de France win, which extended its record for the most in the tournament’s history. PSG defender Thiago Silva notched his fifth career Coupe de France win, which tied a record for the most by a player.
For PSG manager Thomas Tuchel, the fixture was notable for him because it was his 100th official game as manager of the club. The 100 career games managed ranks 13th all-time in the club’s history. With the century-mark of games managed, he has totaled for 78 wins, which ranks sixth all-time and behind Laurent Blanc’s club record of 126. Under Tuchel, PSG is averaging 2.8 goals scored per game and has accumulated for a +195 goal differential figure.
With the recent cup final win, Tuchel helped increase his win percentage as manager of the team up to 78.0 percent, which ranks first all-time in PSG history. The win also provided Tuchel with his fifth trophy with the club, which ties the German manager with Luis Fernandez for third all-time. Continue reading