Women’s Champions League: Emma Hayes urges Chelsea to ‘take the right approach’ against PSG

Women’s Champions League: Emma Hayes urges Chelsea to ‘take the right approach’ against PSG

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Millie Bright and Kheira HamraouiMillie Bright’s Chelsea will try to complete a double against Kheira Hamraoui’s PSG

Chelsea manager Emma Hayes says her side will not play to avoid defeat when they host Paris-St. Germain hosts in the Women’s Champions League.

The Blues will top Group A if they are not beaten by at least two goals at Stamford Bridge.

PSG also qualified for the quarter-finals with one game to go.

“If you’re thinking ‘as long as you don’t lose by a certain number,’ that’s catastrophic headspace and one I won’t entertain,” Hayes said.

The Chelsea manager added: “We play to win every game. That’s something you learn over the years – last year was such a learning curve for the team.

“The training has been tough for many reasons. If the team strives for the greatest things, they need to train with this application and stimulate various overloads.”

England defender Millie Bright scored the only goal as Chelsea won at PSG in October to kickstart their Champions League campaign.

The visitors lead the Division 1 Feminine by a point after winning nine of their first 11 games of the domestic season and drawing two.

PSG are without defender Estelle Cascarino and former Manchester United midfielder Jackie Groenen due to illness. However, Hayes has no new injury concerns in a squad that will be three points clear at the top of the Women’s Super League table when the English season resumes in January.

“We have to be very grateful to this team,” she said. “It’s a team that – at least domestically – has been at the top for a long time.

“The fact that we have been able to continue to uphold a set of standards by which we live and die is what we can be most proud of.

“The hardest thing is to keep winning. Thanks to the players who got us to half-time.”

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