PSG are clearly confident that their 3-1 win in the first-leg of their Champions League tie with Chelsea in Paris on Wednesday night will be enough to see them through to the semi-finals at the expense of the London club.
Not long after Javier Pastore danced through the Chelsea defence to score a third goal to give the Paris club a commanding lead to take to London next week, the communications team at PSG took to Twitter to make a joke at the expense of the fans of the English club.
In English the provocative tweet from the club's official account @PSG_inside read: "Dear Chelsea fans, for better Parisian souvenirs, better try Montmartre," suggesting the that Chelsea fans would have been better off spending the evening shopping around the famed tourist hot spot in Paris rather than watching their team lose.
PSG also ribbed the French rivals Monaco and Chelsea in a further cocky tweet that promises to make the second leg even more explosive.
Before the match Chelsea fans were involved in a clashes with PSG ultras in the centre of Paris with reports of large scale fighting.
Serious fighting in rue St Denis, Paris, involving Chelsea & PSG fans in progess. Shops & cafés attacked. pic.twitter.com/iW77AMYSdR— Peter Allen (@peterallenparis) April 2, 2014