Lucas Moura and Zlatan Ibrahimovic eached provided second-half goals, as Paris Saint-Germain finished off Champions League group play with a 2-0 win over Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday night at Parc de Princes. Moura and Ibrahimovic assisted on the goals, as well. Laurent Blanc's side had already advanced to the Round-of-16, and clinched a second-place berth behind Real Madrid.
In the 57th minute, Lucas delivered a hard right-footed shot from distance to give PSG the lead. In the 86th minute, the Brazilian would head the ball to Ibrahimovic on a breakaway for the Swedish star to cap off the match. On both goals, goalkeeper Anton Kanibolotsky had little chance to prevent the score.
PSG goalkeeper Kevin Trapp had little to worry about, though Eduardo and Yaroslav Rakitskiy each had chances in the first half.
Veteran central midfielder Thiago Motta sat on the bench for the Ligue 1 champions, while captain Thiago Silva wasn't on the roster. Javier Pastore, Marco Verratti and Gregory van der Wiel also didn't suit up for PSG.
Shakhtar finished in third place in Group A and will move on to Europa League, while Malmo were eliminated in humiliating fashion, falling 8-0 to Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu. The Swedish club lost five of their six games.