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Real Madrid draw with PSG

MATCH REPORT. 26/10/2022. Eduardo Olivera. Photographer: María Jiménez

Toril's players had chances to win at the Alfredo Di Stéfano.

It finished all square at the Alfredo Di Stéfano in the match between Real Madrid and PSG. The point means Alberto Toril's girls now sit on four from their two Women’s Champions League Group Stage games so far. The madridistas pushed to the end and had several chances to win it against a side who were semi-finalists in the competition last season.
 
PSG were the first to trouble the goalkeeper, when Martens' shot from the right-hand side was nicely turned behind by Misa. Zornoza reacted with a long-range effort which missed the targe on 5 minutes. Fifteen minutes later, Martens tried her luck again, seeing her effort come back off the crossbar on this occasion. The French team's onslaught didn't panic our team though, and instead they upped the intensity themselves in search of a goal. Freja Siri came within inches of an opener but her powerful drive flew just wide of the upright. Minutes shy of the half-hour mark. Olga and Weir both tested Bouhaddi with good efforts but the French shot-stopper was up to the task.
 
Fine Real Madrid display
In the second half, Misa kept the visitors out with another superb intervention when left one-on-one against Diani (54’). Real Madrid went on to enjoy their best spell of the second half, with the best chance of the evening falling to Toletti, finding some space on the edge of the box but firing off target. With an hour gone, Esther unleashed a superb strike, which was kept out by the visiting goalkeeper at full stretch. Toril's team showed no let-up in search of a winner and Zornoza could have found in the final seconds but her shot ended up in the side netting. Ultimately, the points were shared at the Di Stéfano.

Video.0-0: Real Madrid draw with PSG

LINE-UPS:
0-Real Madrid: Misa, K. Robles, Rocío, Toletti (M. Oroz, 76’), Olga (Teresa, 90+3), Esther, Weir, Kathellen, Zornoza, Athenea (Svava, 76’) and Freja Siri.
0-PSG: Bouhaddi, De Almeida, Jean-François (Hamraoui, 76’), Karchaoui, Geyoro, Bachmann, Diani, Lawrence, Ilestedt, Martens and Groenen (Baltimore, 69’).

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