The internationals update
Ten members of the club's women's squad have gone to play for their countries during the international break.
GRACE GEYORO / LÉA KHELIFI / KADIDIATOU DIANI - FRANCE vs IRENE PAREDES - SPAIN
The four Paris Saint-Germain players faced off in a friendly at the Stade Gabriel Montpied in Clermont-Ferrand, a match France won 2-0. Geyoro and Khelifi were in the France starting line-up and had a hand in the opening goal, while Paredes captained her nation, playing the full 90 minutes.
HANNA GLAS - SWEDEN
In the starting line-up against Latvia, she put in a solid display, helping her country to a 4-1 win despite Latvia opening the scoring. Thanks to this first win, Sweden are in second place in their EURO qualifying group behind Iceland.
NADIA NADIM - DENMARK
Nadia Nadim played a major role in the 3-0 win in Israel, scoring the second goal as Denmark made it two wins from two to top Group B.
SARA DÄBRITZ - GERMANY
The Mannschaft played two UEFA WOMEN’S EURO 2021 ENGLAND qualifiers, first beating Montenegro 10-0, a game in which the Parisian played the opening 50 minutes. The summer signing then scored a hat-trick as Germany defeated Ukraine 8-0 to move top of Group I.
KARINA SÆVIK - NORWAY
The Parisian laid on two of her country's six goals in the win over Northern Ireland as Norway moved second in Group C. They then won 2-1 against England in a friendly four days later.
FORMIGA - BRÉSIL
Formiga was called up for the Torneio Uber Internacional de Futebol Feminino 2019. She scored in the opening game win over Argentina (5-0), but could not help her country avoid a penalty shoot-out defeat to Chile in the final after a goalless draw after extra-time.
CHRISTIANE ENDLER - CHILE
The Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper did not concede a single goal during the Torneio Uber Internacional de Futebol Feminino 2019 keeping a clean sheet in the 1-0 defeat of Costa Rica before saving no fewer than four penalties in the shoot-out against Brazil.