PSG scores two late goals to beat Guingamp 2-0
Updates with PSG win. With AP Photos.
PARIS (AP) - Zlatan Ibrahimovic ended his scoring drought as Paris Saint-Germain scored twice in injury time to secure a scrappy 2-0 home win against newly-promoted Guingamp in the French league on Saturday.
PSG's expensively assembled squad again failed to show the flair to match its heavy financial backing and needed a handling error from visiting goalkeeper Mamadou Samassa to break the deadlock. In the first minute of injury time, 18-year-old substitute Adrien Rabiot kneed the ball over the line after Samassa palmed a shot into his path.
Two minutes later, Ibrahimovic ran onto a long pass, muscled defender Jeremy Sorbon off the ball and slotted it past Samassa for his first goal in five games this season.
Earlier, Lyon's losing streak increased to four matches after being defeated 2-1 at Evian.