Women's World Cup 2023: PSG Players Matchday 3 Round-up

Ana Vitoria, Brazil
Ana Vitoria, Brazil / Zhizhao Wu/GettyImages

The final games of this year's Women's World Cup group stage for the Paris Saint-Germain feminines have been completed, and now we know what's next for the players.

Here is the overview of matchday three.

France (Six players)

Panama 3-6 France

France qualify for the next round and top their group.

Constance Picaud - On the bench.

Sakina Karchaoui - Did not participate.

Elisa De Almeida - Played the full 90. Completed 53 accurate passes and won three tackles.

Estelle Cascarino - Was presesnt for the whole game. She accomplished 45 accurate passes and one tackle.

Grace Geyoro - Played 45 minutes.

Laurina Fazer - Made her first appearance where she played for 30 minutes.

Netherlands (Two players)

Vietnam 0-7 Netherlands

Despite the difficult group, Netherlands managed to take first spot over the USA who finished second.

Lieke Martens - Full match played, scored the opening goal and assisted the third.

Jackie Groenen - Was present for 62 minutes of the game.

Switzerland (Two players)

Switzerland 0-0 New Zealand

Switzerland also topped their group and reserve their spot in the round of 16.

Ramona Bachmann - Played 85 minutes before being withdrawn and attempted one shot.

Viola Calligaris - Played the last five minutes.

Denmark (One player)

Haiti 0-2 Denmark

Denmark finish their group in second while England take first.

Amalie Vangsgaard - Started and stayed the whole 90 and had a total of two shots.

Brazil (One player)

Jamaica 0-0 Brazil

In one of the biggest shocks of the tournament thus far, Brazil will not proceed beyond the group stage after finishing third against France and Jamaica.

Ana Vitoria - Did not enter.

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