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UWCL: Lyon take the last quarter-finals spot

Already before the last Matchday of the group stage of the Women’s Champions League most of the quarterfinalists were known. The only remaining spot was decided between Lyon and Juventus. Bianconere needed a win but the title holders managed to hold onto the goalless draw, meaning that Italian champions finished their European season. Arsenal advance as the winner of the Group C.

In the Group D, everything was decided prior to the last matchday. Barcelona as a group winner and FC Bayern advance to the knockout stages, following their victories against Rosengard and Benfica, respectively.

Women’s Champions League, Matchday 6

Wednesday, 21st of December


FC Zürich – Arsenal 1-9 (0-4)
Scorers: 18′ Frida Maanum (A), 23′ Caitlin Foord (A), 32′ Frida Maanum (A), 45+1′ Stina Blackstenius (A), 51′ Frida Maanum (A), 54′ Stina Blackstenius (A), 64′ Fabienne Humm (Z) pen, 68′ Caitlin Foord (A), 71′ Kim Little (A) pen, 83′ Mana Iwabuchi (A)
Yellow cards: 74′ Vanessa Bernauer (Z), 81′ Nadine Riesen (Z)

Olympique Lyon – Juventus 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: /
Yellow cards: 32′ Dzsenifer Marozsan (L), 66′ Damaris Egurrola (L), 84′ Barbara Bonansea (J)


FC Bayern München – SL Benfica 2-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 51′ Klara Buhl (FCB), 75′ Klara Buhl (FCB)
Yellow cards: 42′ Emelyne Laurent (FCB), 57′ Klara Buhl (FCB)

FC Barcelona – FC Rosengard 6-0 (3-0)
Scorers: 10′ Azizat Oshoala (B), 16′ Azizat Oshoala (B), 45+2′ Mapi Leon (B), 47′ Fridolina Rolfo (B), 50′ Marta Torrejon (B), 69′ Irene Paredes (B)
Yellow cards: 14′ Olivia Holdt (R), 45+1′ Mia Persson (R)

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