Real Madrid could not take revenge for the hard defeat suffered in the Parc des Princes and fell again this Thursday (0-2) against the French Paris Saint-Germain, which already definitively separates them from the first place in their group of the Women’s Champions League.

The Madrid team wanted to improve their image and compete better compared to their visit to the French capital last week, where they were beaten 4-0. He took a step forward and controlled his rival better, but he managed the match better, especially in the second half, and took the three points from Alfredo di Stéfano that already classify him for the quarterfinals as first in Group B.

The team that David Aznar coaches tried from the opening whistle, but it went from more to less, and as the minutes passed, it was very difficult for him to create real chances of scoring in front of Labbe’s goal. The locals did not suffer so much back, but a set piece played the game in favor of the visitors.

The good start of Real Madrid did not have a prize. Strong in his pressure, he prevented PSG from having control of the game or going out to counter-attack with speed. Esther González had the best option in the first minutes with a header, but she was somewhat off track.

The Madrid team continued to dominate, but the physique of the Parisian team contained its attacks well, reduced to a boarding session by Kenti Robles that did not find a finisher. As the minutes passed, PSG settled down and after a warning from Katoto, they took the lead thanks to a hit from the front, who ‘caught’ a set piece to beat Misa Rodríguez after half an hour of play.

The 0-1 affected the local team that did not catch the pulse again to the crash and that before the break was able to receive the second after an error by Ivana Andrés in a clearance left a free ball to Katoto, who this time did not He could with the Canarian goalkeeper.

PSG took advantage of their advantage on the scoreboard to play more calmly and confidently in the second 45 minutes. Even so, the first and best chance of the game was for Real Madrid, again through Esther González. The Andalusian forward received a great pass from Olga Carmona, but Labbe denied her the equalizer.

But that option did not manage to ‘plug in’ Real Madrid, increasingly at the mercy of the spaces it had to leave in its search for a tie. The visitors did not manage to put ‘fear’, although they did sentence through one of their best players, Karchaoui, who made it 0-2 in the 70th minute in a good individual action.

The team of David Aznar had no response capacity and could not achieve the goal that gave him back the options in the duel, already well controlled by his rival. Despite the defeat, with six points and two more than Karkhiv, he could certify his classification in his visit to Breidablik.