Paris Saint-Germain players celebrate with the trophy after Sunday's win over Monaco sealed the Ligue One title. Photo: REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
Paris Saint-Germain players celebrate with the trophy after Sunday's win over Monaco sealed the Ligue One title. Photo: REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
Paris Saint-Germain coach, Unai Emery, gestures during the match. Photo:  REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Paris Saint-Germain coach, Unai Emery, gestures during the match. Photo: REUTERS/Charles Platiau
The players celebrate after the match. Photo: REUTERS/Charles Platiau
The players celebrate after the match. Photo: REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Edinson Cavani, Julian Draxler, Angel Di Maria and Javier Pastore celebrate a goal during the 7-1 win. Photo: AP Photo/Thibault Camus
Edinson Cavani, Julian Draxler, Angel Di Maria and Javier Pastore celebrate a goal during the 7-1 win. Photo: AP Photo/Thibault Camus
The players celebrate after the match. Photo: AP Photo/Thibault Camus
The players celebrate after the match. Photo: AP Photo/Thibault Camus

PARIS - Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery said the club must continue to strengthen as the French champions try to transform their dominance at home into success in the Champions League.

Angel Di Maria (2), Giovani Lo Celso (2), Edinson Cavani, Julian Draxler and Radamel Falcao (own goal) twice as PSG secured a fifth Ligue 1 title in six seasons on Sunday with a 7-1 rout of last year's champions Monaco.

"Other teams have more titles than us. Monaco, Nantes, Saint-Etienne, Marseille, Lyon...but we must keep on building," Emery, who is likely to be replaced in the summer, told Canal+.

"There is a solid tool for the future, to remain number one in France and become that elsewhere with patience and hard work."

With a fifth successive League Cup already won, PSG completed the second leg of a domestic treble -- they are also through to the French Cup semi-finals -- and could yet break their record 96-point haul from the 2015-16 campaign.

PSG also became the first team in Europe's top leagues this season to reach 100 goals on a night they were without the injured Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, the teenager left on the bench after a bout of illness.

But a second successive last 16 exit in the Champions League means heads will roll at the end of this season in preparation for another attempt to muscle in among Europe's elite.

"That defeat (to Real Madrid) hurt us but we continued to work with the players, the staff and the president who is always at our side," said PSG captain Thiago Silva.

"It was a difficult moment but I think in the end it's a good season. We have taken back our title but we must continue to work, we have a French Cup semi-final (against Caen) on Wednesday."

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