They didn't tremble.
The PSG players validated their ticket for the quarter-finals of the Champions League on Thursday by winning 2-0 at Real Madrid, a breath of fresh air after the assault on Kheira Hamraoui and the heavy defeat in Lyon (6-1).
Less domineering than the first leg (4-0), the Parisians could still count on Marie-Antoinette Katoto, again a scorer after her double at the Parc des Princes (33rd).
Left side Sakina Karchaoui scored the second Parisian goal after a great breakthrough in the area (70th).
The flawless performance of the French champions continues.
Four wins, twelve points, thirteen goals scored and still none conceded: two days from the end of the group stage, PSG offers itself a place in the quarterfinals of the C1, the stated goal of the Parisian club finalist of the competition in 2015 and 2017. The Parisiennes are also guaranteed to finish first in the group, synonymous with an a priori more favorable draw for the quarters scheduled for March.
Parisian women “affected” by the Hamraoui affair
If Didier Ollé-Nicolle had evacuated Wednesday at a press conference the idea of a team weighed down by the revelation of the Hamraoui affair eight days ago, the Parisians remained on a shipwreck in the championship at the great rival of Lyon on Sunday (6 -1).
The Parisian players were "affected" by the aggression of their teammate and its media fallout, as the coach of the France team Corinne Deacon confided on Thursday morning when revealing her list for the November rally.
Still deprived of Kheira Hamraoui and Aminata Diallo, witness of the aggression, PSG came to Madrid with Léa Khelifi in the midfield and timidly started the meeting.
Real, who did not frame a single shot in the first game at Parc des Princes, showed other intentions at the Alfredo-Di Stefano stadium.
From the 5th minute, Canadian goalkeeper Stephanie Labbé, established in place of Barbora Votikova, had to focus on a 30m strike from Olga Carmona, two minutes after a first alert on a header from Esther Gonzalez.
The Lyonnaises not yet qualified
After half an hour of play, the current top scorer in French D1 (8 goals) Marie-Antoinette Katoto was still formidable for the opening of the scoring (1-0, 33rd). The French international cut from the outside of the right foot a free kick from the Swiss Ramona Bachmann, established in place of Sandy Baltimore.
In the second period, the Olympic champion Stéphanie Labbé was still valuable on a strike from Esther Gonzalez (51st).
After stumbling over goalkeeper Misa Rodriguez in the 63rd minute, Sakina Karchaoui made the break for Paris (2-0) after a good number on her left wing.
The powerful strike of the 24-year-old French international, touched by Rodriguez, ended up in the net, under the eyes of Kadidiatou Diani, in ambush.
If the Parisiennes have already ensured their presence in the quarterfinals, the Lyonnaises, seven-time winners of the C1, will have to wait after their defeat Wednesday against Bayern in Munich (1-0).
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