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UWCL: Bayern beat Barcelona

On Matchday 4 of the Women’s Champions League, FC Bayern secured the three points against Barcelona with a 3-1 win. Both teams now top the Group D with 9 points. Benfica are third with 6 after another win against Rosengard.

In the Group C, Arsenal beat Juventus with a Vivianne Miedema’s goal. The Gunners are first in the group with 10 points. Lyon are now second despite a poor start with 7 points. Bianconere have five points and still hoping to make the last 8.

Women’s Champions League, Matchday 4

Wednesday, 7th of December


Olympique Lyon – FC Zürich 4-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 14′ Lindsey Horan (L), 65′ Melvine Malard (L), 79′ Melvine Malard (L), 90+4′ Delphine Cascarino (L)
Yellow cards: 17′ Kim Dubs (Z), 37′ Laura Vetterlein (Z)

Arsenal – Juventus 1-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 16′ Vivianne Miedema (A)
Yellow cards: /


FC Rosengard – SL Benfica 1-3 (1-2)
Scorers: 30′ Olivia Schough (R), 37′ Cloe Lacasse (B), 40′ Cloe Lacasse (B), 47′ Nycole Sobrinho (B)
Yellow cards: /

FC Bayern – FC Barcelona 3-1 (2-0)
Scorers: 4′ Klara Buhl (BAY), 10′ Lina Magull (BAY), 60′ Lea Schuller (BAY), 65′ Geyse Ferreira (BAR)
Yellow cards: 77′ Aitana Bonmati (BAR)

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