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    Soccer News: Chelsea beat Real Madrid to top the Champions League group, PSG win big

    Goals from Sophie Ingle and Erin Cuthbert put Chelsea on the brink of exiting Group A of the Women’s Champions League when they beat Real Madrid 2-0 on Wednesday.

    A dismal fight at Kingsmeadow broke out in the 67th minute when Ingle caught the end of a Millie Bright corner kick and headed home before Cuthbert’s cross from the right flew right past the helpless Misa Rodriguez to double the home team’s lead. in four minutes.

    The victory means Chelsea maintain their 100 per cent record in three games, five points ahead of Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, who thrashed Vlaznia 5-0 to record their first win of the campaign.

    PSG eased their victory over their Albanian rivals thanks to goals from Grace Geyoro, an own goal from Matilda Ghierji, penalties from Ramona Bachmann, Sandy Baltimore and substitute Magnabe Folka.

    In Group B, Roma took a quick lead against Wolfsburg thanks to Valentina Giacinti before Eva Payor equalized and the visitors shared the trophy – her fourth Champions League goal in three games.

    St. Pölten scored their first points of this year’s tournament with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Slavia Praha, with Maria Mikolajova scoring a sensational Austrian win in the 91st minute.

    “I decided to shoot at the very last moment,” Mikolayova said after the game. “I thought about passing the ball, but I made the right decision. It is difficult to describe what I felt when the ball entered the goal, because this is a very important victory.

    This leaves Slavia Prague in last place with zero points, three points behind St. Pölten, while Wolfsburg and Roma remain at the top with seven points halfway through the group stage.

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