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UWCL: Arsenal manage to comeback after two goals down

In the first leg of the second semifinal of the Women’s Champions League, Arsenal managed to come back after two goal deficit in the first half against Wolfsburg.

Ewa Pajor and Sveindís Jane Jónsdóttir scored for the Wolves in the first 25 minutes for a comfortable lead of the home team. But the Gunners managed to get a goal back in 45th minute after a goal from Rafaelle Soua.

In the 69th minute, Stina Blackstenius managed to tie the break and postponed the decision until next week.

Women’s Champions League, semi-final 1st leg

Sunday, 23rd of April

Goals: 19’ Ewa Pajor (WOLFSBURG), 24’ Sveindís Jane Jónsdóttir (WOLFSBURG), 45’ Rafaelle Souza (ARSENAL), 69’ Stina Blackstenius (ARSENAL)
Yellow cards: 28’ Jill Roord (WOLFSBURG), 90+2’ Lena Oberdorf (WOLFSBURG), 90+2’ Katie McCabe (ARSENAL)


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