PSG overcomes Paris FC and reaches the final

PSG overcomes Paris FC and reaches the final
PSG overcomes Paris FC and reaches the final

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Heading to the final for Paris Saint-Germain! This Saturday, May 11, on the occasion of the first semi-final of the new format of the D1 Arkema championship, the capital club effectively won on penalties at the Parc des Princes against Paris FC (2-2 , 5 tab to 4). Nothing was easy for Jocelyn Prêcheur’s players, who generally dominated the match. But surprised by two defensive blunders, immediately converted by Clara Mateo (36th) then Daphné Corboz (56th). Two goals that the locals, recent winners of the Coupe de France, were able to erase with goals from Grace Geyoro from the penalty spot (52nd) and Marie-Antoinette Katoto (72nd). Coming back to the score twice, PSG also fell on an opposing goalkeeper, Chiamaka Nnadozie, impassable and decisive on numerous occasions. And especially at the end of added time. After making numerous high-class saves during the game, the Nigerian made a stratospheric double save against Katoto first, then Geyoro (90+8th).

Nnadozie impassable, Kiedrzynek catches up

A match point missed by PSG, a few seconds after that of the PFC and Kessya Bussy, perfectly offset by Mathilde Bourdieu but whose shot ended on Katarzyna Kiedrzynek (90+4th). The Polish goalkeeper, at fault and then not exempt from all reproaches for the two goals conceded by her team, redeemed herself during the penalty shootout, by diverting Mathilde Bourdieu’s attempt, the only one missed in the series. PSG, second in the regular season, is now guaranteed to play in the Champions League next season and can dream of winning the French champion title. It will be next Friday May 17, at 9 p.m., against the winner of the other semi-final between Olympique Lyonnais (1st) and Stade de Reims (4th), and which will kick off this Sunday at 5 p.m. The small final will be held the same day for Paris FC (6 p.m.), who will have to win to qualify for the preliminary rounds of the Champions League.

To sum up

Heading to the final for Paris Saint-Germain! This Saturday, May 11, on the occasion of the first semi-final of the new format of the D1 Arkema championship, the capital club effectively won on penalties at the Parc des Princes against Paris FC (2-2 , 5 tab to 4).

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