A successful 100th game for Baltimore

Last Saturday, as the Parisians beat Lyon 3-0 in the round of 16 of the Coupe de France, Sandy Baltimore played her 100th match with Paris Saint-Germain. A special day for the French international!

100th match, and 25th goal in all competitions with Paris. An impressive record for the Colombes native, who is consistently impressing on the pitch. Against Lyon last Saturday, she showed once again all her talent, opening the score with a magnificent volley which set the Parisians on the way to victory.

The young Titie reacted after taking this important step with her characteristic carefree attitude: "I am really happy to have passed the 100-match mark with Paris Saint-Germain. I didn't even know it was going to happen this Saturday. I found out by looking at social media, after the game in the dressing room. Time goes by so fast, I saw Marie, Grace, Ashley get through this last season, I didn't think it would happen so fast for me. I'm really happy." 

With 64 matches in D1, 22 in the Women's Champions League and 14 in the Coupe de France, Sandy, at only 21 years of age, has won over fans, observers and teammates, like Kadidiatou Diani:"I am very proud of Sandy, she is a very young player but with great talent. I'm not surprised to see her pass the 100-match mark. She is 21 years old and she makes the difference on the field, she is a decisive player. Well done to her." 

This serves as further evidence of the health of the Parisian academy, while we hope that Marie-Antoinette Katoto's 131st goal will soon make her the club's all-time top scorer.