Women's World Cup 2023: Matchday 1 Round-up

Ramona Bachmann, Switzerland
Ramona Bachmann, Switzerland / Lars Baron/GettyImages

All the matchday one games have officially been completed after a first exciting week of Women's World Cup action.

And more than one Paris Saint-Germain player made quite an impact during the first set of games, so here is the complete guide to what took place for the players.

France (Six players)

France 0-0 Jamaica

France were just not able to go into full gear in this game. Quite a poor performance overall; Jamaica deserved their point.

Constance Picaud - Picaud was on the bench for this opening game, which wasn't much of a surprise with being the second preferred keeper.

Sakina Karchaoui - Played the full 90 minutes, while completing 50 accurate passes.

Elisa De Almeida - Wasn't present.

Estelle Cascarino - Played the entire game. Completed 60 accurate passes and won two tackles.

Laurina Fazer - On the bench.

Grace Geyoro - Played the whole game. Got zero shots during.

Netherlands (Two players)

Netherlands 1-0 Portugal

A great start for the Dutch before they encounter the USA on matchday two.

Lieke Martens - Played 90 minutes, while attempting three shots.

Jackie Groenen - Was also on the pitch for the whole game.

Switzerland (Two players)

Philippines 0-2 Switzerland

A comfortable win for Switzerland here, not a single shot on target for their opponents.

Ramona Bachmann - Present for 70 minutes, took three shots, and scored the opening goal, which was a penalty. She was also rewarded Player of the Match.

Viola Calligaris - Did not play.

Denmark (One player)

Denmark 1-0 China

A game that was heading towards a 0-0, was clinched in the last few minutes.

Amalie Vangsgaard - Left on the bench and only played five minutes, but not only did she attempt two shots, she scored the winning header in the 89th minute to give her country the win. Vangsgaard was handed the player of the match.

Brazil (One player)

Brazil 4-0 Panama

A high-scoring start for the Brazilians, which lead to them taking the first spot in the group, where France are also placed.

Ana Vitoria - Did not play.

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