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PSG-Häcken: Albert scores a gem, Katoto narrowly misses... the hits and the flops

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PSG-Häcken: Albert scores a gem, Katoto narrowly misses... the hits and the flops

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The PSG striker produced a high-level performance in this Champions League return match. Often involved in Parisian good deeds, Tabitha Chawinga tormented the Swedish defense throughout the meeting. Associated with Katoto at the forefront of the French attack, the Malawian kept going deep and made her opponents suffer. It was she who scored the first Parisian goal to finally solidify her team's domination in this game. Well shifted by Katoto on the left of the area, she crosses her shot perfectly to deceive the Swedish goalkeeper (1-0, 27th).

The American midfielder was in the background during part of the match, where her teammates mainly passed to the sides. Korbin Albert still managed to gain momentum in a game where the players from the capital were struggling. It was she who allowed her team to make the break with a sublime strike. Served back at 35 meters, the American unleashes a shot with her left foot and clears the top corner of the Swedish goalkeeper. Behind, the Parisiennes were never worried again and broke free after this goal.

FLOPS

The French striker took a while to find the net. Well found each time by her teammates, Marie-Antoinette Katoto too often lacked precision in the last gesture. Facing Häcken's goalkeeper, she procrastinated too often and often got confused in the area. By trying too many dribbles, she was often dispossessed of leather in the penalty area. Fortunately her teammates managed to score, which overshadowed her misses. She finally found the net at the end of the match to definitively nail the match with a beautiful cross header (3-0, 74th).

However with a line of 4 players, Häcken seemed totally lost in defense. Always in danger in the Parisian races, the Swedes never found the adjustments to stop the bleeding. In the first half, they were able to count on Jennifer Falk, their goalkeeper, who repelled PSG's attempts. But as soon as the lock was blown on Chawinga's goal they collapsed. In the second half, they failed to plug the gaps and finally cracked before sinking. Whether on crosses or in deep passes, the Parisiennes were always able to manage to receive the ball without being worried.

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