A round-up of the international week
Eleven players from the Paris Saint-Germain women's team were away with their national sides during this international week. An assessment. PERLE MORRONI / KADIDIATOU DIANI / MARIE-ANTOINETTE KATOTO - FRANCE The France women's team of Perle Morroni, Kadidiatou Diani et Marie-Antoinette Katoto started the international week with a 2-0 win against Serbia at Gradski Stadium in Subotica, a match that the two Parisienne attackers started. Four days later, Corinne Diacre's players won 7-0 against Nort
PERLE MORRONI / KADIDIATOU DIANI / MARIE-ANTOINETTE KATOTO - FRANCE
The France women's team of Perle Morroni, Kadidiatou Diani et Marie-Antoinette Katoto started the international week with a 2-0 win against Serbia at Gradski Stadium in Subotica, a match that the two Parisienne attackers started. Four days later, Corinne Diacre's players won 7-0 against North Macedonia at the National Arena Todor Proeski in Skopje. A starter, Katoto scored a double while Morroni, who came on, won a penalty. Following these two successes, les Bleues are second in Group G of qualifying for UEFA Women's Euro England 2022, with 4 wins in as many games played, 3 points behind Austria, who have played a game more.
SIGNE BRUUN / NADIA NADIM - DENMARK
Two qualifiers for the Euro were also on the menu for the Danish women's team of Nadia Nadim and Signe Bruun. Denmark first of all won 4-0 against Bosnia-Herzégovina on Thursday in Zenica. A starter, Nadim opened the scoring through a penalty, while Bruun came on as a substitute. Five days later, the Rod-Hvide l’ont won 8-0 against Malta at Ta' Qali, a match in which Nadim scored a double before leaving her spot on the field to Bruun on the hour, and the latter needed only a minute to make the net bulge. Two big wins that allowed Denmark to maintain their 100% record with 7 wins from 7 matches, and they're at the top of Group B with a better goal difference than Italy.
IRENE PAREDES - SPAIN
Also involved in qualifiers, the Spain women's team featuring Irene Paredes won 9-0 against Moldova on Saturday at Stadionul Zimbru in Chisinau. A starter and captain, the Parisienne played the entire match. The second match for la Roja, against Azerbaijan, was postponed. Following this victory, the Spaniards stayed top of Group D with 10 points from 4 matches and a better goal difference than the Czech Republic, who have played a game less.
PAULINA DUDEK - POLAND
Two matches against the Czech Republic were on the menu for Poland's women's team and Paulina Dudek in the Euro qualifiers. The two national sides first of all drew 0-0 on Friday in Chomutov, before the Czechs won 2-0 four days later in Bielsko Biala. Two matches that the Parisienne played in full. The Bialo-Czerwoni are now 3rd in Group D with 8 points from 5 matches, 2 points behind Spain and their opponents during the international week.
SARA DÄBRITZ - GERMANY
Germany's women's team with Sara Däbritz also played two qualifiers for the Euro. The Germans started with a 3-0 win against the Republic of Ireland on Saturday in Essen, before a success by the same scoreline against Montenegro in Podgorica three days later. The Parisienne came on in the first game. The Mannschaft have a 100% record with 6 wins in 6 matches in Group I and are 5 points clear of the Irish.
RAMONA BACHMANN - SWITZERLAND
Two Euro qualifiers were also on the menu for the Swiss women's team of Ramona Bachmann. The Swiss started with a 1-1 draw with Croatia on Friday at Zapresic, a match in which the Parisienne, who played the entire game, equalised at the start of the last 15 minutes. The attacker was again a starter in the 2-1 victory against Belgium at Thoune four days later. Four more points on the board that mean Switzerland are 2nd in the standings of Group H with 16 points, 1 point ahead of Belgium.
ALICE PINGUET / SANDY BALTIMORE - FRANCE U-20s
Alice Pinguet and Sandy Baltimore took part in a training camp with France's Under-20s at the CNF in Clairefontaine, a training camp that on Thursday featured a match against… Paris Saint-Germain. A starter, the forward came off in the 69th minute, and it was at that moment that the goalkeeper came onto the field. In spite of the absence of all the internationals featured in this article, the Rouge et Bleu won 3-1, thanks to goals from Jordyn Huitema, Léa Khelifi and Magnaba Folquet.