Although once again affected by the Covid-19, PSG did not tremble this Sunday against Le Havre, the red lantern of the D1 Women.
Winners of Paris FC (3-2) Thursday, the Parisiennes did not concede any goals this time to win 2-0. The HAC, for its part, is officially relegated to the second division.
Thanks to a first offensive concluded by Nadim in the 6th minute, PSG quickly took shelter.
And despite a good defense to five of the Havraises, Katoto sealed the victory at the end of the second half (80th) with a goal scored with a header.
The latter unfortunately had to leave the field, coming out on injury a few moments later.
⏱️ 82 '@ MarieKatoto left the green rectangle, probably injured ... The Parisiennes risk ending the game 10 against 11 ... # D1Arkema |
- PSG Women (@PSG_Feminines) May 9, 2021
Substitute at the kick-off, it seems he was injured when scoring.
"She felt a little pain behind her thigh, she will take exams so that we can know the nature of her injury", put Olivier Echouafni into perspective at the microphone of Canal +.
The Parisian coach wanted to congratulate his players.
“It was not easy after the defeat against Barcelona (
elimination in the semi-final of the Champions League, Editor's note
) to re-mobilize, already against Paris FC on Thursday, and here in Le Havre.
They were able to be patient and were rewarded, ”he appreciated.
Concern for the guardian of Le Havre
Before the start of the meeting, a tribute to Christophe Revault, a native of Le Havre and who died this week at the age of 49, was paid.
A minute of silence was respected by the players and all the staff present.
"The player was great, the player will remain immense", could be read on a banner prepared by the supporters.
But this afternoon was also marked by the stretcher outing of Le Havre goalkeeper Constance Picaud.
After a big shock with Perle Morroni upon returning from the locker room, the 22-year-old Vendée was quickly taken in charge by the medical team, completely stunned, staring into space… She was replaced by Olesya Arsenjeva, who was performing here her first appearance in D1 Arkema.
Title holders and runners-up to PSG, the Lyonnaises also ensured by winning 4 goals to 0 against Issy. The Parisiennes will have three meetings left to hope to win the title at the end of the season: a trip to Reims in two weeks, before a shock against Lyon and, finally, the reception of Fleury, on the last day of the championship.