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Match Awards from Bayern Munich’s 0-1 escape against Paris Saint-Germain (Women’s Champions League)

Close call, but Bayern secured the W

FBL-EUR-C1-PSG-BAYERN-MUNICH-WOMEN Photo by FRANCK FIFE/AFP via Getty Images

Bayern Munich’s Frauen team went to France and beat capital team Paris Saint-Germain in the Women’s Champions League by a slender 0-1 win thanks to Magdalena Eriksson’s goal. Lots happened in this match, including standout players from both teams.

Jersey Swap: Katarzyna Kiedrzynek

The Polish goalkeeper made sure that whenever Bayern get a great chance of scoring, she is there to stop the ball from going in. Granted, Bayern only had a few chances the whole game, but Kiedrzynek and her defense stood firm. The PSG attackers did muster up more shots and ones on target than Bayern did but were mostly shooting (boosting stats).

Die Kaiserin: Mala Grohs

The entire defense (goalkeeper included) was solid today and was not flashy, like they quietly got the job done. But out of all the personnel in the back, Grohs has kept PSG’s attackers at bay, producing save after save after save to shut out the French giants.

Die Fußballgöttin: Nobody

Both Georgia Stanway and Sarah Zadrazil were not entirely influential in the game.

Die Bomberin: Linda Dallmann

Dallmann has been the creative outlet for the Frauen in this game

Meister of the Match: Magdalena Eriksson

Magda wins the Meister just because she scored the winning goal and kept out some of PSG’s chances. Get yourself a defender that can do it all.

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