PSG Feminine: Final international games round-up
By Hidayah Ali
The final set of international games went underway on Tuesday, April 11, with multiple players from PSG Feminine included in different squads.
Here is an overview of the final international games in which the Paris Saint-Germain players had their names called up.
France (7 players)
Again, six of the seven PSG players were involved in the 90 minutes of France's last game. Elisa De Almeida, Sakina Karchaoui, Grace Geyoro, and Oriane Jean-Francois started the game against Canada.
At the same time, Constance Picaud was chosen as starting goalkeeper after missing out the week prior against Colombia.
Laurina Fazer was introduced after the 75th minute and got almost more than 15 minutes of game time. But Grace Geyoro scored the first goal of the 2-1 win for the French, her second during the break.
Ashley Lawrence went against six of her club teammates during her side's clash with France. while on the losing side, she played 77 minutes and completed 22 accurate passes before leaving the pitch by getting subbed off.
Lieke Martens was another one to get her name on the score sheet after she scored the third goal of the Netherlands' 4-1 win against Poland. Martens played 81 minutes and had a total of three shots.
Amalie Vangsgaard wasn't a starter for the Danish side but was brought in by the 65th minute of play. She only managed one shot as Denmark beat Japan 1-0.
Li Mengwen played the full 90 minutes. She completed 22 accurate passes, although he only won one tackle on his appearance for the Chinese senior team. Her side lost 3-0 to Spain.
Marina Georgieva was on the pitch for just 34 minutes before getting replaced. Austria won 2-0 against the Czech Republic.
That is officially it for the international break. It's fair to say the PSG Feminine players all had successful outings with their nations.
Grace Geyoro had the most highlights, proving herself to be a key player for her country after doing so for PSG all year long.
Now, all PSG players will return to the French capital and prepare to face Guingamp on Sunday in their next league game. They will be away from home and hoping to bag those all-important three points to stay in contention for the first-division title.