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Sakho off the mark

Filed: Wednesday, 31st January 2018
By: Staff Writer

Diafra Sakho marked his debut for new club Stade Rennais with a goal against Paris St Germain.

The 28-year-old, who finally departed West Ham only 24 hours earlier hit the target for his new club but was still on the losing side as visitors PSG secured a 3-2 victory that sends them through to the French League Cup final.

Sakho, who revealed that his mother chose his new number 25 shirt at Rennes, found the target with his new club already 3-0 behind; they eventually lost 3-2 thanks to two late goals.

You may see Sakho's goal below.

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