Chelsea Ladies Beat Bayern On Away Goals

Fran Kirby’s goal in Munich saw Chelsea reach the Champions League Round of 16 on away goals, after a 2-1 loss on the night to Bayern.

Wednesday 11th October
Rossiyanka 0-4 Stjarnan (Agg: 1-5)
Fortuna Hjørring 0-0 Fiorentina (Agg: 1-2)
Linköping 3-0 Apollon Limassol (Agg: 4-0)
Zvezda Perm 0-2 Montpellier (Agg: 1-2)
Zürich 1-2 Gintra Universitetas (Agg: 2-3)
Wolfsburg 12-2 Atlético Madrid (Agg: 15-2)
Brøndby 1-3 Lillestrøm (Agg: 1-3)
Brescia 2-0 Ajax (Agg: 2-1)
Bayern Munich 2-1 Chelsea (Agg: 2-2, Chelsea won on away goals)
Slavia Praha 4-3 Minsk (Agg: 7-4)
Lyon 9-0 Medyk Konin (Agg: 14-0)
Sparta Praha 3-0 PAOK (Agg: 8-0)
Rosengård 4-0 Olimpia Cluj (Agg: 5-0)
Barcelona 2-0 Avaldsnes (Agg: 6-0)

Chelsea withstood a late Bayern Munich fightback to edge through on the away goals rule. Fran Kirby doubled the Blues’ aggregate lead on the hour mark when put through by Ramona Bachmann.

Fridolino Riolfo gave the hosts hope by levelling the scores on the night in the 76th minute, after a corner was not cleared.

Substitute Lucie Voňková wracked up the tension when bringing the overall scores level with 7 minutes left, again with a flag kick not dealt with.

But Emma Hayes’ side held on to reach the last sixteen and she later tweeted: ‘That was the longest 20 minutes of my life but this team, what character and heart.’

Narrow wins for Brescia, Fiorentina, Gintra and Montpellier 

Gintra and Zürich were heading for extra-time until Zenatha Coleman’s second goal of the game 4 minutes from time sent the Lithuanian side through.

Montpellier bounced back from losing at home to Zvezda by winning 2-0 away with both goals by Sofia Jakobsson.

Brescia also overturned a deficit to defeat Ajax 2-1 over 180 minutes, Monica Mendes with the decider with 7 minutes remaining.

There was no addition to the score in Denmark, as debutants Fiorentina put out Fortuna Hjørring 2-1.

Stjarnan scored four times in 22 minutes to go through 5-1 against Rossiyanka, who later had Darya Yakovleva sent off.

Lillestrøm had been held to a goalless draw by Brøndby but then won away from home 3-1.

Linköping added to their 1-0 first leg win at Apollon, Lina Hurtig bagging a brace in a 3-0 victory on the day.

Slavia Praha twice fell behind to Minsk before winning 4-3 and 7-4 overall, Kateřina Svitková’s treble proving decisive.

Barcelona netted four times in Avaldsnes but had to settle for two at home, Lieke Martens and Vicky Losada scoring in a five-minute spell.

Rosengård beat Olimpia Cluj 4-0 for a 5-0 result in total, with the Romanians having Andreea Voicu dismissed late on.

Sparta Praha also went through, 8-0 aggregate winners over PAOK following a 3-0 home win, which included a couple of goals by Andrea Stašková.

Holders Lyon crushed Medyk Konin 9-0 to add to their 5-0 away win. Wendie Renard got three, Ada Hegerberg two and Lucy Bronze was also on the score-sheet.

Alexandra Popp hit a hat-trick in the first 16 minutes as Wolfsburg went on to thrash Atlético Madrid 12-2 and 15-2 over the two legs.

There are two more ties on Thursday, as Glasgow City try to make up a 3-0 deficit at home to BIIK Kazygurt (live on BBC Sport / Red Button), while Manchester City defend a 3-0 advantage against St.Pölten at the City Academy.

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