Vangsgaard steals the show while Martens & Groenen fall short

The first ever Women's UEFA Nations League campaign commenced on Friday evening.
Amalie Vangsgaard
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A total of 14 Paris Saint-Germain players have been selected to represent their countries for the Nations League, and 10 of those players all took part in the opening games.

Here is the full round-up of everything from Friday night.

France (8 players)

France 2-0 Portugal

Constance Picaud - Played full 90 minutes.

Sakina Karchaoui - 90 minutes, three tackles won, 45 accurate passes.

Elisa De Almeida - Full game played, completed 39 accurate passes.

Oriane Jean-Francois - Started and played 63 minutes, while attempting one shot.

Laurina Fazer - Did not enter.

Grace Geyoro - Started and was withdrawn at the 89th minute, scored the first goal of the game while claiming two attempted shots.

France group placing :1st.

Netherlands (2 players)

Belgium 2-1 Netherlands

Lieke Martens - Played 85 minutes, and attempted four shots.

Jackie Groenen - Full 90 played, one shot attempted.

Netherlands group placing : 4th.

Denmark (1 player)

Denmark 2-0 Germany

Amalie Vangsgaard - Present for 89 minutes. Scored a brace, which gave her country a big win over the Germans.

Denmark group placing : 1st.

Switzerland (2 players)

Switzerland 0-1 Italy

Ramona Bachmann - Whole game played, and one shot attempted.

Viola Calligaris - Was not present.

Switzerland group placing : 4th.

Poland (1 player)

Greece 1-3 Poland

Katarzyna Kiedrzynek - Did not play.

Poland group placing : 1st.