Jordyn Huitema now Canada's all-time top scorer in Women's Champions League play

Canadian international Jordyn Huitema scored in Paris Saint-Gemain's 6-1 romp over Poland's Gornik Leczna on Wednesday in the second leg of their round-of-32 Women's Champions League tie. PSG advanced 8-1 on aggregate.

Janine Beckie, Jessie Fleming among other Canadians advancing to round of 16

Canada forward Jordyn Huitema, left, pictured scoring at an Olympic qualifying event in February, helped Paris Saint-Gemain to a victory in Women’s Champions League action Wednesday. (Chris Carlson/The Associated Press)

Jordyn Huitema became Canada's all-time leading scorer in Women's Champions League play on Wednesday with a goal in Paris Saint-Germain's 6-1 romp over Poland's Gornik Leczna in the second leg of their round-of-32 tie.

PSG, which also featured fellow Canadian Ashley Lawrence at fullback, advanced 8-1 on aggregate.

Huitema made it 2-0 in the 24th minute at Stade Georges-Lefevre, hitting the woodwork some three minutes later. The 19-year-old from Chilliwack, B.C., now has six goals in Champions League play, one more than Manchester City's Janine Beckie, according to Canada Soccer.

Beckie started in attack for Man City in its 3-0 win over visiting Goteborg, moving City into the round of 16 on 5-1 aggregate.

WATCH | Jordyn Huitema leads PSG to victory:

Jordyn Huitema scores as PSG advances in UEFA Women's Champions League

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Jordyn Huitema of Chilliwack, B.C. scored as Paris Saint-Germain demolished Gornik Leczna 6-1, and 8-1 on aggregate, to advance to the UEFA Women's Champions League round of 16.

Canadian midfielder Jessie Fleming started for Chelsea in its 3-0 win over Portugal's Benfica. The London side won the first leg 5-0.

Canadian-born Cloe Lacasse started for Benfica. Born in Sudbury Ont., the former Iowa Hawkeye also holds Icelandic citizenship.

On Tuesday, Canadian defender Kadeisha Buchanan started in defending champion Lyon's 3-0 win over Juventus. Lyon won 6-2 on aggregate.

Also Tuesday, Canadian midfielder Alyssa Lagonia started in Servette FCCF's 5-0 loss to Atletico Madrid. The Swiss side was beaten 9-2 on aggregate with Lagonia, from Kitchener, Ont., scoring from the penalty spot in the first leg.

The round of 16 draw is scheduled for Feb. 21.

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