Lyon And Wolfsburg Confirm Final Places

VfL Wolfsburg took a 4-0 first leg lead to 1.FFC Frankfurt on Sunday and came through safely with just a 1-0 defeat on the day.

It was goalless in front of a crod of 3,720 until the final minute, when Marith Priessen headed in a Dzsenifer Marozsán corner that ended Wolfsburg’s run of 16 unbeaten games away from home in Europe.

A re-match of the 2013 final was set up when Olympique Lyonnais added a 1-0 victory away to Paris Saint-Germain at Parc des Princes on Monday to their big 7-0 advantage from the previous weekend.

Lotta Schelin scored on 44 minutes and by doing so set a new record of 41 European goals for a single club.

The final takes place on May 26th at the Stadio Città del Tricolore, Reggio Emilia, in Italy.

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