While most of the world has spent the past year in a state of pandemic-induced purgatory, Evelyne Viens has found a way to flourish on the soccer field.
Last month, she earned her first cap with the Canadian national team and, just last week, she finished up a winter loan stint with Paris FC by scoring a brace in her final game with the club.
“Paris FC was excited to add a new player and, for me, it was such a good opportunity to be able to play at the pro level and play games,” Viens told The Equalizer.
“I just jumped on it.”
89' ⚽ BUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUT ! pic.twitter.com/bMpLPEREyX
— Paris FC Féminines (@PFC_feminines) March 12, 2021
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