large victory for the French women’s football team against Greece in the opening of qualifying

The French women’s football team launched its qualification campaign for the 2023 World Cup with a very large success against Greece (10-0), Friday, September 17, with in particular the first hat-trick in the selection of Marie-Antoinette Katoto .

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In Patras, in the north of the Peloponnese, the striker of Paris-Saint-Germain (18e, 25e, 52e), her club partners Grace Geyoro (15e, 40e) and Kadidiatou Diani (38th) found the net. Amel Majri (14e) and Viviane Asseyi (65e) have meanwhile scored against the 64e team in the FIFA ranking, guilty of an own goal on a cross from Katoto (30e).

Wendie Renard, wearing the captain’s armband for the first time since 2017, celebrated the event with a penalty (90e+2) to close the mark. The Blues equal the biggest win in their history away and take the lead in Group I before facing Slovenia on Tuesday at 9 p.m.

The World with AFP