MADRID, 3 Oct. (EUROPA PRESS) –

The Real Madrid Women’s coach, Alberto Toril, described as a “good group” and to “see where” they are at a competitive level, the one that touched them this Monday in the Champions League draw and in which they will have to measure themselves against French PSG, English Chelsea and Albanian Vllaznia, with the first two, “rivals that already have a tour” in Europe.

“It’s a good group, they’re going to be competitive and tough games that the fans are going to like and that it’s going to help us to compete, see where we are and fight. I think we can go through perfectly,” Toril said in statements collected by Madrid website.

The Andalusian coach did not hide that “experience is always important” and that PSG and Chelsea “are rivals who already have a run in the Champions League”. “It’s good to measure yourself against these rivals so that the players improve. You have to live these matches to take a giant step and be able to be much more advanced in the competition,” he warned.