Women's World Cup 2023 : PSG players' Matchday 2 Round-up

Jackie Groenen, Netherlands
Jackie Groenen, Netherlands / Visionhaus/GettyImages

The second matchdays of the Women's World Cup have all taken place, and we are getting closer to finding out which teams will reach the next round.

Here is your guide to all 12 Paris Saint-Germain players' contribution.

France (Six players)

France 2-1 Brazil

Constance Picaud - On the bench.

Estelle Cascarino - Despite her commendable performance on matchday one, Cascarino was preferred on the bench for this game.

Sakina Karchaoui - Was present for the whole match. Won three tackles and completed 29 accurate passes.

Elisa De Almeida - On the bench.

Grace Geyoro - Full 90 minutes played, while attempting one shot.

Laurina Fazer - For the second game running, Fazer did not participate throughout the game.

Netherlands ( Two players)

USA 1-1 Netherlands

Lieke Martens - On the pitch the whole game.

Jackie Groenen - Played the whole 90 minutes during her 100th cap for the Dutch.

Switzerland ( Two players )

Switzerland 0-0 Norway

Ramona Bachmann - Played 89 minutes and attempted two shots at goal.

Viola Calligaris - Did not enter.

Denmark ( One player )

England 1-0 Denmark

Amalie Vangsgaard - Vangsgaard played a total of 19 minutes after being subbed on. During her playing time, she tried one shot.

Brazil ( One player )

France 2-1 Brazil

Ana Vitoria - Made her first appearance of the tournament after being brought on for just four minutes.

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