1st European goal for Adrien Rabiot and Lucas. In scoring Paris Saint-Germain's first and fifth goals respectively, the two Parisians officially opened their UEFA Champions League accounts. The last time a graduate of Paris Saint-Germain's youth academy scored in the Champions League dates all the way back to February 15, 2001 when a certain Nicolas Anelka scored at the San Siro in a 1-1 draw with AC Milan. Wedensday's match in Malmö also featured a first appearance in the competition for the young Jean-Kévin Augustin. Also, with just one goal conceded in the current campaign, Paris Saint-Germain boast the best defensive record of any side in the group stage.

4th consecutive qualification for the knockout rounds of the competition for Paris Saint-Germain, who booked their ticket in the last 16 on Wednesday. The Parisians re also assured of finishing second in Group A after leaders Real Madrid won 4-3 over Shakhtar Donetsk.

5 goals in a European away game - Paris Saint-Germain equal their own record! By putting an unanswered five goals past Malmö, Laurent Blanc's men equalled their impressive performance against Anderlecht, on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at the Stade Constant Vanden Stock, also in the UEFA Champions League group stage.

16 goals in the UEFA Champions League for Zlatan Ibrahimovic as a Paris Saint-Germain player. The Swede, Paris' all-time top scorer, is now also the club's top scorer in European competition, equal with George Weah.

300th goal in European competition for Paris Saint-Germain (not counting Intertoto Cup matches), thanks to Adrien Rabiot. In opening the scoring, the young Parisian got his side on track for victory and entered into the history of the Red and Blues. The capital club now counts 304 goals in 185 European fixtures.