International wrap

Several of the Paris Saint-Germain Women's team were away on international duty over the past week. Here's how they got on:

MORRONI / GEYORO / DIANI / KATOTO - FRANCE

After a 4-0 friendly win over Iceland, Les Bleues defeated Kazakhstan 3-0 in their first UEFA WOMEN’S EURO 2021 ENGLAND qualifier. Marie-Antoinette Katoto set up the second goal and scored the third for France. Les Bleues sit third in Group G, with three points.

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GLAS - SWEDEN

Sweden recorded back to back UEFA WOMEN’S EURO 2021 ENGLAND qualifying victories with a 5-0 win over Hungary and a 7-0 triumph over Slovakia. Sweden has maximum points after three matches.

PAREDES - SPAIN

Irene Paredes captained Spain to consecutive UEFA WOMEN’S EURO 2021 ENGLAND qualifying wins over Azerbaijan, 4-0, and the Czech Republic, 5-1. La Parisienne scored her country's fourth goal in the second match.

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SAEVIK - NORWAY

Karina Saevik and Norway trounced Belarus 7-1, and Georgia 13-0 in qualifying. The Paris winger netted the seventh goal in the win over Georgia. Norway now sit top of Group C with three wins from three.

DÄBRITZ - GERMANY

Germany also continued their perfect start to UEFA WOMEN’S EURO 2021 ENGLAND qualifying with a 8-0 win over Ukraine, followed by a 5-0 win in Greece.

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NADIM - DENMARK

Nadia Nadim started bth matches as Denmark made it four wins from four with  2-0 wins over Bosnia-Herzegovina and then Goergia.

KIEDRZYNEK / DUDEK - POLAND

Poland played two friendly matches: a 5-1 over Cyprus followed by a 3-1 loss to Brazil. Katarzyna Kiedrzynek started the match agaisnt the South Americans.

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FORMIGA - BRAZIL

Formiga started both friendly matches for Brazil, registering a 2-1 win over England before getting on the score sheet in the 3-1 win over Poland and clubmate Katarzyna Kiedrzynek.

ENDLER - CHILE

Christiane Endler and Chile played back to back matches against Uruguay; winning 3-0 in Temuco, and 3-1 in Rancagua two days later. The Paris goalkeeper played both games.

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LAWRENCE / HUITEMA - CANADA

Paris stars Ashley Lawrence and Jordyn Huitema both started as Canada lost their friendly encounter with Japan 4-0.