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UWCL: Chelsea beat PSG and win group A

All knockout stage participants have already been known before the last matchday of the Women’s Champions League. In the Group A, Chelsea confirmed the first place with a win against Paris Saint-Germain. Real Madrid finished their European season with another three points against Vllaznia.

In the Group B, Wolfsburg and Roma won against Sankt Pölten and Slavia Praha, respectively. The German champions win the group without a loos, while Giallorosse will play in the knockout stage for the first time.

Women’s Champions League, Matchday 6

Thursday, 22nd of December


Real Madrid – Vllaznia 5-1 (3-1)
Scorers: 5′ Megi Doci (V), 11′ Caroline Weir (R), 18′ Teresa Abelleira (R), 21′ Teresa Abelleira (R) pen, 78′ Carla Camacho (R), 83’Paula Partido (R)
Yellow cards: 62′ Maite Oroz (R)

Chelsea – Paris SG 3-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 42′ Sam Kerr (C), 55′ Lauren James (C), 62′ Lauren James (C)
Yellow cards: /


Slavia Praha – AS Roma 0-3 (0-2)
Scorers: 32′ Valentina Giacinti (R), 37′ Beata Kollmats (R), 49′ Elena Linari (R)
Yellow cards: 68′ Norma Cinotti (R), 86′ Franny Černa (S), 90+2′ Michaela Khyrova (S)

Sankt Pölten – Wolfsburg 2-8 (0-3)
Scorers: 5′ Lena Lattwein (W), 38′ Marina Hegering (W), 40′ Svenja Huth (W), 56′ Ewa Pajor (W), 67′ Tabea Wassmuth (W), 74′ Pia-Sophie Wolter (W), 76′ Pia-Sophie Wolter (W), 78′ Mateja Zver (S), 84′ Pauline Bremer (W), 85′ Rita Schumacher (S)
Yellow cards: 18′ Kristin Demann (W), 25′ Jasmin Eder (S)

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