PARIS -- Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice and set up two more as runaway leader Paris Saint-Germain beat Reims 4-1 to provisionally move 27 points clear of second-place Monaco on Saturday.
Ibrahimovic has 23 league goals in just 21 games, and is on course to beat his career best tally of 30, which he set three seasons ago with PSG.
He is already the club's all-time leading scorer with 136 in all competitions, and needs just two more league goals to reach 100.
He has also been creating them, and he set up right back Gregory van der Wiel and strike partner Edinson Cavani for goals in the first half.
Midfielder Prince Oniangue replied for Reims.
Monaco hosted last-place Troyes later Saturday.