Finalist of the Coupe de France, but eliminated in the semi-finals of the Champions League by Lyon, the women’s PSG still hopes to be able to finish the season in style, and thus retain their crown of champion of France. The players of Didier Ollé-Nicole, seconded by OL, gleaned a second consecutive success, this Saturday on the lawn of Bordeaux (1-5), thanks in particular to a hat-trick from Kadidiatou Diani, to temporarily return to two points behind Fenottes.
Les Parisiennes, who also saw Marie-Antoinette Katoto score her 18th goal of the season in the league, before the Canadian Jordyn Huitema went there with her achievement, now hope that Paris FC, which held them in check (0 -0) at the beginning of April, do the same on his lawn, this Sunday (2:45 p.m.), against Olympique Lyonnais.
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On the other side of the standings, AS Saint-Etienne, whose men’s team is already struggling in Ligue 1, was officially relegated to women’s D2, following their defeat at Reims (1-0), the 15th in 20 matches this season. Largely beaten by Montpellier (3-0), Soyaux, 11th and who is 3 points behind Issy two days from the end, is not very far from a demotion to the lower level either. The Ile-de-France, heavily beaten by Fleury (0-5), are not yet safe.
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