This week's international recap

Fifteen players from the Paris Saint-Germain women's team joined up with their respective national teams during this international week. Here's a look at the results.


The French women's team with Constance Picaud, Elisa De Almeida, Sakina Karchaoui, Laurina Fazer, Grace Geyoro, Oriane Jean-François and Sandy Baltimore played two friendlies during the international break, both of which were wins. The French team won 5-2 against Colombia on Friday at the Stade Gabriel Montpied in Clermont-Ferrand, a match that De Almeida and Baltimore started. Geyoro, Karchaoui and Fazer came on, the first scoring the fifth French goal, the second providing an assist for the fourth French goal, and the third celebrating her first cap. Four days later at the Stade Marie Marvingt in Le Mans, new coach Hervé Renard's side recorded a 2-1 victory over Canada, a match in which Picaud, De Almeida, Karchaoui, Geyoro and Jean-François all started, with Fazer again coming on late in the game. In opening the score, the fourth named scored her second goal of the week, her fifteenth for the French team.


A friendly match was on the cards for Paris Saint-Germain's Canadian women's team player Ashley Lawrence during this international week, against France. The Parisian started the game and played alongside her club teammates on the pitch in Le Mans, before coming off late in the game.

LIEKE MARTENS - netherlands

Paris Saint-Germain striker Lieke Martens' Dutch women's team took part in two friendlies during the international break. The Oranje Leeuwinnen lost 1-0 to Germany on Friday at the Fortuna Sittard Stadion, a match in which the Rouge et Bleu striker played the first 75 minutes. Andries Jonker's side bounced back four days later with a 4-1 win over Poland at the Sparta Stadion in Rotterdam. The Parisian scored the third Dutch goal.

RAMONA BACHMANN - switzerland

Paris Saint-Germain striker Ramona Bachmann's Swiss women's team also played two friendlies during the international week. The Nati drew 0-0 with China on Thursday at the Swissporarena in Lucerne, before losing 2-1 to Iceland five days later at the Stadion Letzigrund in Zurich. The Parisian did not take part in either of these matches.


Paris Saint-Germain player Li Mengwen's China women's team also took part in two friendlies during the international break. The Chinese team drew with the Swiss, a match in which the Parisian did not take part, before losing 3-0 to Spain on Tuesday at the Estadio Can Misses-Power Electronic in Ibiza. The Rouge et Bleu played the entire match.


Two friendlies were also on the cards for Parisian Marina Georgieva's Austrian women's team during the international week, with two wins at the ERGO Arena in Wiener Neustadt. The Rot-Weiss-Roten first won 3-2 against Belgium on Friday before beating the Czech Republic 2-0 four days later. The Paris Saint-Germain player played the entirety of the first game and started the second before giving up her place on the half-hour mark.

BARBORA VOTIKOVA - czech republic

The Czech Republic women's team with Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Barbora Votikova met the Austrian team on Friday during the international break, a match in which the Rouge et Bleu goalkeeper did not play. Five days earlier, the Narodni Tym won 2-0 against Morocco at the Mestsky Stadion in Chomutov, a match in which the Parisian played the entire match.


Paris Saint-Germain striker Amalie Vangsgaard's Danish women's team also played two friendlies during the international week, winning both. The Rod-Hvides first beat Sweden 1-0 at Malmo's Eleda Stadion on Friday, before winning by the same scoreline against Japan five days later at the Odense Stadion. The Parisian started the first match and came on in the second.


Paris Saint-Germain striker Manssita Traoré's French U23 team played a friendly against their Dutch counterparts during the international break at the Yanmar Stadium in Almere on Monday. The Bleuettes won 1-0 against the Dutch, with the Parisian playing the first half.