Matildas Abroad: Simon scores for PSV

Another weekend of Westfield Matildas abroad action saw Kyah Simon mark her return to the pitch with a goal. 

Here's a wrap of all the action across the globe. 

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There were mixed results for the Westfield Matildas in France. Ellie Carpenter played a full game in Lyon's 1-0 victory over Bordeaux. Attention now turns to what is effectively a title deciding match between Lyon and PSG next weekend. 

Mary Fowler's Montpellier enjoyed a 2-1 win over Soyaux-Charente with the Aussie playing the full 90. While Laura Brock's Guingamp fell to Dijon 2-1; Brock was substituted off in the 89th minute. 


Vittsjö was held to a 0-0 draw against Linköping. Emily Gielnik and Clare Polkinghorne played full games. Dylan Holmes was an unused sub as her BK Häcken team beat Eskilstuna 3-0. 


PSV lost to Ajax 3-2, putting an end to its title hopes. Amy Harrison played 66 minutes while Kyah Simon was back on the park and back on the scoresheet.

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After entering the game at the 82nd minute mark, Simon found the back of the net following a neat ball in from Joelle Smits. 

Rest of the World 

Sevilla was defeated by Granadilla Tenerife 2-0. Aivi Luik came on in the 66th minute and played the rest of the game. Beattie Goad's SV Meppen lost 2-0 to SC Sand with the Aussie playing 66 minutes. 

Indiah-Paige Riley was substituted on in the 60th minute as Fortuna Hjørring beat Thisted 2-1. Teagan Micah sat on the bench as the Toppserien season got underway. Her IL Sandviken side won 1-0, defeating Kolbotn. 

Napoli finished the Serie A Femminile season with a 2-2 draw against Roma. Alex Huynh didn't feature in the matchday squad. In the US, Kansas City snatched a point late after a 2-2 draw against Houston. Chloe Logarzo wasn't in the squad due to a hip injury. 

Emma Checker's Selfoss team will look to continue its unbeaten start to the season on Friday morning Australian time. The team come up against bottom-placed side Fylkir.