Lyon lead PSG 3-2 in UEFA Women’s Champions League semi-final tie

Wendie Renard became the first player to 100 UWCL games
Lyon’s Wendie Renard scores during her 100th UWCL tie. (Photo: JEAN-PHILIPPE KSIAZEK/AFP via Getty Images)

Lyon took a narrow 3-2 lead over Paris Saint-Germain in the UEFA Women’s Champions League semi-final 1st leg.

Marie-Antoinette Katoto put visitors PSG ahead just six minutes in but Wendie Renard marked becoming the first ever player to 100 UWCL matches with the equaliser from the spot, midway through the half. The penalty had been awarded when Melvine Malard was brought down by Barbora Voitkova.

Catarina Macario gave Lyon the lead before the break and five minutes after the restart, took advantage of an error by keeper Voitkova to put them 3-1 in front.

A spot-kick was given for handball by Malard and Paulina Dudek reduced the arrears for PSG close to the hour mark.

The second leg is on Saturday 30 April at 8pm, while Wolfsburg host Barcelona the same day at 5pm. Both kick-offs are in UK time and the games are live on DAZN / DAZN YouTube.

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