Edinson Cavani (9) of Paris Saint-Germain attempts a bicycle kick in the first half against Real Madrid at Ohio Stadium on Wednesday, July 27, 2016. Columbus hosted the soccer powers as part of the International Champions Cup. The game drew 86,641 fans. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO / NICHOLAS STUDIOS

Paris Saint-Germain tops Real Madrid in front of biggest soccer crowd in Ohio history

Paris Saint-Germain topped Real Madrid 3-1 on Wednesday night in the International Champions Cup at Ohio Stadium in Columbus.

While the matchup between two of the world’s top clubs was notable, the fans that packed the Horsehoe stole the show. The contest drew a record crowd — 86,641 — for a soccer match in Ohio, eclipsing the previous mark (35,061) set less two weeks ago when FC Cincinnati hosted Crystal Palace of the English Premier League at Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati.

Real Madrid, the European champions, were making their preseason debut. PSG, the French champions, were playing their third preseason match. Thomas Meunier scored twice to pace PSG.

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