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D1 Arkema: Lyon with a narrow win over Fleury

In Matchday 16 of D1 Arkema, Lyon defended the lead with a narrow win over Fleury. Paris Saint-Germain defeated Stade de Reims by 4-0.

D1 Arkema, Matchday 16

Sunday, 12th of March

Goals: 11’ Kadidiatou Diani (PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN), 16’ Ramona Bachmann (PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN), 65’ Amalie Vangsgaard (PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN), 76’ Sandy Baltimore (PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN)
Yellow cards: 14’ Kethna Louis (STADE DE REIMS), 60’ Oriane Jean-François (PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN), 68’ Magou Doucouré (STADE DE REIMS), 84’ Sandy Baltimore (PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN)

Saturday, 11th of March

SOYAUX – DIJON 1-1 (0-1)
Goals: 43’ Léa Declercq (DIJON), 77’ Fatima Kome (SOYAUX)
Yellow cards: 45+6’ Ekaterina Tyryškina (DIJON), 68’ Morgane Martins (DIJON)

RODEZ – LE HAVRE 1-2 (0-1)
Goals: 23’ Silke Demeyere (LE HAVRE), 62’ Solène Barbance (RODEZ), 84’ Kelsey Araujo (LE HAVRE)
Yellow cards: 40’ Océane Saunier (RODEZ), 45+2’ Romane Enguehard (LE HAVRE)

Goals: 29’ Aissata Traoré (GUINGAMP), 89’ Maïwen Renard (GUINGAMP)
Yellow cards: 16’ Grace Kazadi (GUINGAMP), 89’ Manon Revelli (GUINGAMP)

Friday, 10th of March

Goals: 1’ Clara Matéo (PARIS FC), 33’ Mathilde Bourdieu (PARIS FC)
Yellow cards: 71’ Théa Greboval (PARIS FC), 78’ Celeste Boureille (MONTPELLIER), 90’ Lisa Schmitz (MONTPELLIER)

FLEURY – LYON 1-2 (0-1)
Goals: 17’ Sara Däbritz (LYON), 81’ Lindsey Horan (LYON), 90+7’ Léa Le Garrec (FLEURY)
Yellow cards: 39’ Perle Morroni (LYON), 58’ Marine Dafeur (FLEURY), 66’ Selma Bacha (LYON)

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