Paris Saint-Germain's fine start to the Champions League continues.

Two matches - two victories for Amanda Ilestedt's gang.

The Swedish national team defender played from the start when PSG, in front of a small but loud home heel, received Kharkiv from Ukraine in the second round.

And the audience probably thought they would get goal cheers in the 17th minute of the match.

A long ball from the back line reached Kadidiatou Diani who passed the last defender and came free against the goalkeeper.

But Gamze Yaman rushed out unscathed - and saved the shot with his face.

Instead, the goals came - and cheers - a few minutes later.

And it was especially a name Paris fans had reason to chant.

The Canadian hit with a hat trick

Jordyn Huitema, who won Olympic gold with Canada in Tokyo this summer, struck with a hat trick in the first half.

First, she got a ball in the depth on the left edge, got into the penalty area and shot in 1-0 at the nearest post.

A few minutes later, she nodded in the return from Ramona Bachmann's rib shot.

And 3-0 came just before the break.

The 20-year-old, who made his first match from the start this season, got a perfect slanted inward pass from Diani and easily hit his hat trick.

PSG eventually won the match 5-0.

Bomqvist jumped in for Wolfsburg

In tonight's second early match, Wolfsburg defeated Swiss Servette, they also won 5-0.

Tabea Wassmuth, who scored two goals against Chelsea in the last round, struck with two more goals tonight.

Swedish striker Rebecka Blomqvist was substituted in the 76th minute.

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