The 2021/2022 UEFA Women’s Champions League second group stage games kicked off on Wednesday with four games as PSG, Wolfsburg, Chelsea FC, and Real Madrid recording victories.

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) Women thrashed Zhytlobud-1 5-0 in one of the early games at the Stade Jean Bouin, Évreux.

Sakina Karchaoui’s pass in the 25th minute located Canadian International, Jordyn Huitema who out-muscled a Zhytlobud-1 defender in the box before converting PSG’s first goal after the latter’s first start of the season.

Seven minutes later, Ramona Bachmann’s shot hit the cross bar and Jordyn Huitema was on hand to head in the rebound to double PSG’s lead.

Kadidiatou Diani in the 42nd minute delivered a cross from the left wing which was right footed into the bottom left corner of the net by Jordyn Huitema.

The hat-trick was Jordyn Huitema’s first for PSG after winning gold medal with Canada at Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

In the second half, PSG continued the goal scoring spree from where it stopped.

Sara Dabritz’s corner kick in the 59th minute was headed down into the net by Polish International, Paulina Dudek before a cross in the 88th minute was punched by Gamze Yaman to the path of Lea Khelifi whose left footed attempt hit the bottom right corner of the net.

Real Madrid Champions League fairytale continues as the Las Blancas pummeled Breidablik 5-0 with Caroline-Sophie Moller scoring a first half hat-trick. Olga Garcia Carmona and Lorena Navarro converting two more goals in the second half.

PSG and Real Madrid with six points apiece occupy the leadership position in Group B ahead of Zhytlobud-1 and Breidablik.

German Bundesliga side, Wolfsburg put five goals past Servette Geneve FC of Switzerland.

In the first half, Svenja Huth opened the scoring before Tabea Wassmuth’s brace. Dominique Janssen and Joelle Smits’ scored two goals in the second half.

Chelsea FC at the Allianz Stadium, Turin recorded a 1-2 away win over Juventus in front of 16,871 fans. The biggest-ever attendance in the Women’s Champions League, before the quarter-finals, and an Italian record in UEFA women’s club football.

Barbara Bonansea cancelled out Erin Cuthbert’s 31st minute opener.

Pernille Harder in the 69th minute converted the winning goal for the Barclays English FA Women’s Super League (WSL) defending Champions.

Wolfsburg and Chelsea FC with four points apiece top Group A ahead of Juventus (3 points) and Servette Geneve FC (0 point).