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UWCL: Barça and Lyon start with big wins

Women’s Champions League started with four matches in groups A and B.

In Group A, Barcelona hosted Benfica and trashed the Portuguese champions by 5-0. In the other game, Eintracht Frankfurt took all three points from the game against Rosengard with 1-2 win.

In Group B, the French champions, Lyon, scored 9 goals against Slavia Praha for a very comfortable win. Meanwhile, Brann beat Sankt Polkten for by 1-2.

Women’s Champions League, Matchday 1

Group A

Goals: 25’ Tanja Pawollek (EINTRACHT FRANKFURT), 84’ Barbara Dunst (EINTRACHT FRANKFURT), 90+4’ Olivia Schough (ROSENGÅRD)
Yellow cards: 6’ Sara Doorsoun (EINTRACHT FRANKFURT), 90+5’ Tanja Pawollek (EINTRACHT FRANKFURT)

Goals: 15’ Alexia Putellas (BARCELONA), 39’ Alexia Putellas (BARCELONA), 44’ Aitana Bonmatí (BARCELONA), 52’ Aitana Bonmatí (BARCELONA), 61’ Asisat Oshoala (BARCELONA)
Yellow cards: 35’ Catarina Amado (SL BENFICA), 65’ Lúcia Alves (SL BENFICA)

Group B

Goals: 3’ Sara Däbritz (LYON), 14’ Daniëlle van de Donk (LYON), 17’ Vanessa Gilles (LYON), 21’ Eugénie Le Sommer (LYON), 24’ Kadidiatou Diani (LYON), 45’ Kadidiatou Diani (LYON), 60’ Ada Hegerberg pen (LYON), 62’ Amel Majri (LYON), 80’ Vanessa Gilles (LYON)
Yellow cards: 41’ Kadidiatou Diani (LYON), 58’ Diana Bartovičová (SLAVIA PRAGUE)

ST. PÖLTEN – BRANN 1-2 (0-0)
Goals: 57’ Rakel Engesvik (BRANN), 68’ Mária Mikolajová (ST. PÖLTEN), 79’ Natasha Anasi-Erlingsson (BRANN)
Yellow cards: 49’ Karoline Heimvik Haugland (BRANN), 52’ Larissa Crummer (BRANN), 71’ Natasha Anasi-Erlingsson (BRANN)

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