Lionel Messi scored a thrilling bike kick objective as Paris Saint-Germain started the guard of their Ligue 1 title with a determined 5-0 triumph over Clermont at the Stade Gabriel Montpied on Saturday.

Messi got a support to go with objectives from Neymar, Achraf Hakimi and Marquinhos as they followed up last end of the week's 4-0 Trophee des Champions triumph over Nantes with another simple success.

It required simply nine minutes for them to get in front as Messi splendidly flicked the ball into the way of Neymar, who completed a fantastic move.

Hakimi scored halfway through the main half from a lightning counterattack, before Marquinhos headed Neymar's free kick into the net.

Neymar then gave a fourth to Messi, before the Argentine forward covered off a superb execution with a dazzling objective, chesting a pass from Leandro Paredes and giving a bike kick finish.

Neymar then gave a fourth to Messi, before the Argentine forward covered off a superb execution with a dazzling objective, chesting a pass from Leandro Paredes and giving a bike kick finish.

PSG were without the third individual from their star forward threesome, Kylian Mbappe, because of injury. New mentor Christophe Galtier gave Ligue 1 presentations for PSG to summer appearances Vitinha, Hugo Ekitike and Nordi Mukiele.

There was likewise a presentation for Warren Zaire-Emery, who, matured 16 years, four months and 29 days, turned into the most youthful player ever to highlight for PSG in a cutthroat match.

"First and foremost, a ton of fulfillment with the success," Galtier said a while later.

"Dominating the match and scoring five objectives is significant, as isn't yielding any possibilities and keeping up with undeniable levels all through, in any event, when the holes were getting bigger.