PSG knock Manchester United Women out of UWCL

Paris Saint-Germain v Manchester United - UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying Round 2 - 2nd Leg
Lieke Martens of PSG scores the opening goal against Manchester United at Parc des Princes. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Manchester United bowed out of the UEFA Women’s Champions League Qualifying Round 2 2nd Leg after a 4-2 aggregate defeat at PSG.

Vorskla 1-6 Roma (Agg: 1-9)
Olimpia Cluj 0-6 Slavia Praha (Agg: 0-11)
Rosengård 5-1 Spartak Subotica (Agg: 7-2)
Sparta Praha 0-3 Eintracht Frankfurt (Agg: 0-8)
Wolfsburg 0-2 Paris FC (Agg: 3-5)
Ajax 2-0 Zürich (Agg: 8-0)
St. Pölten 0-1 Valur (Agg: 4-1)
SK Brann 2-0 Glasgow City (Agg: 6-0)
FC Twente 1-2 BK Häcken (Agg: 3-4)
Vålerenga 0-3 Real Madrid (Agg: 1-5)
Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 Manchester United (Agg: 4-2)
Benfica 4-0 Apollon (Agg: 11-0)

Tabitha Chawinga’s shot was blocked by the boot of Mary Earps but Lieke Martens rifled the loose ball into the roof of the net. Although Geyse set up Lisa Naalsund to level soon after the break, Martens swiftly got her second and Sandy Baltimore chipped Earps from a tight angle for a two-goal cushion.

SK Brann added to their 4-0 advantage over Glasgow City with Marthine Ostenstad’s 34th-minute goal and a late Eide Lie effort for a 6-0 overall score.

VfL Wolfsburg v Paris FC - UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying Round 2 - 2nd Leg
Lena Oberdorf of VfL Wolfsburg tackles Daphne Corboz of Paris FC. (Photo by Cathrin Mueller/Getty Images)

Julie Dufour gave Paris FC an aggregate lead in Wolfsburg, Louise Fleury sealing victory in the last minute.

Barbara Dunst struck a 25-minute first-half hat-trick as Eintracht Frankfurt extended their lead in the return with Sparta Praha.

BK Hacken came from behind to go through at FC Twente, Leonie Vliek’s opener overturned as Anna Anvegard and Sara Schroder struck in a five-minute spell after the hour mark.

Romee Leuchter also scored twice in five second-half minutes, as Ajax comfortably advanced past Zurich.

Roma added to their first leg lead away to Vorskla, whose Yana Kotyk conceded two own-goals in the space of five minutes.

The group stage draw will be made at 12pm BST on Friday 20 October, with Barcelona, Lyon, Bayern Münich and Chelsea all entering the competition.

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