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D1 Arkema: Both leading teams win in postponed matches

Just three matches were played in the Matchday 12 of D1 Arkema. Three matches were postponed due to Covid-19 infections. The two remaining matches have been played today. PSG and Lyon had no problems and achieved high wins.

D1 Arkema, Matchday 12

Friday, 11th of February

Olympique Lyon – Soyaux-Charente 8-0 (3-0)
Scorers: 19′ Ada Hegerberg (L), 38′ Catarina Macario (L), 45+1′ Griedge Mbock (L), 52′ Ada Hegerberg (L), 70′ Ada Hegerberg (L), 71′ Melvine Malard (L), 77′ Ines Benyahia (L), 86′ Catarina Macario (L)
Yellow cards: 35′ Shuhui Yang (S), 48′ Shana Battouri (S), 79′ Laurine Baga (L)

Paris SG – Dijon FCO 5-0 (3-0)
Scorers: 3′ Grace Geyoro (P), 15′ Marie-Antoinette Katoto (P), 42′ Marie-Antoinette Katoto (P), 58′ Sandy Baltimore (P), 70′ Sara Dabritz (P)
Yellow cards: /

Saturday, 29th of January

EA Guingamp – Girondins Bordeaux 0-2 (0-1)
Scorers: 3′ Katja Snoeijs (B), 90+2′ Eve Perisset (B)
Yellow cards: 7′ Charlotte Bilbault (B), 57′ Aissata Traore (E), 89′ Margaux Le Mouel (E)

Saturday, 15th of January

Paris FC – Issy FF 1-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 15′ Mathilde Bourdieu (P)
Yellow cards: /

Montpellier HSC – Saint-Etienne 3-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 13′ Johanna Elsig (M), 15′ Faustine Robert (M), 49′ Faustine Robert (M)
Yellow cards: 13′ Lalia Dali-Storti (S), 41′ Maelys Mpome (M), 65′ Clarisse Le Bihan (M), 79′ Elise Bonet (S)

Stade Reims – Fleury 91 0-1 (0-0)
Scorers: 86′ Jeannette Yango (F)
Yellow cards: 56′ Julie Debever (F), 64′ Melchie Dumornay (S), 90′ Magou Doucoure (S), 90′ Rosemonde Kouassi (F)
Other events: 61′ Lea Le Garrec (F) missed penalty


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