Edinson Cavani's two goals in the Coupe de la Ligue final on Saturday night took his tally for Paris Saint-Germain to 22 goals in 37 games. The Uruguyan forward has been criticised at various points throughout his first season for Les Parisiens but has demonstrated his qualities in front of goal, especially domestically.
While Zlatan Ibrahimovic is undoubtedly the club's biggest star, Cavani has quietly but consistently found the net and as such has a ratio better than a goal in every other game. The Ligue 1 title may be sewn up, but the Coupe de la Ligue victory was PSG's first piece of silverware this season.
In honour of Cavani's match-winning brace, we look at his top five strikes for the club during his debut season. Some have been selected for their importance—crucial goals scored at vital times—while others make the cut simply for their brilliance.
Honourable mention must go to his powerful low drive against Rennes in December, as well as his instinctive near-post volley against Saint-Etienne during a thrilling 2-2 draw in October.
Are these his best strikes, or are there other ones that deserve inclusion? As always, please comment below with your views.
Here are Cavani's top five goals for PSG so far this campaign.