Three straight wins for Barca and Lyon in UEFA Women’s Champions League

Olympique Lyonnais v SK Brann - UEFA Women's Champions League - Groupama Stadium
Lyon’s Ada Hegerberg in action against SK Brann. (Pauline FIGUET / SPP)

Barcelona and Lyon both made it three wins from three games in the UEFA Women’s Champions League group stage.

Barcelona hit six goals away to Sweden’s Rosengard, Jessica Wik’s own-goal was followed by efforts from Salma Paralluelo and a Patricia Guijarro strike from outside the box. Aitana Bonmati made it 4-0 after the break, Mariona Caldentey added a penalty and Martina Fernandez rounded off the scoring late on.

Benfica beat Eintracht Frankfurt to take second position in the group from them, Marie-Yasmine Alidou making the breakthrough inside the last 20 minutes.

UEFA Women's Champions League -Sporting Lisbon v Benfica - Estadio da Luz
Benfica goalscorer Marie Alidou on the ball against Eintracht Frankfurt. (João Bravo / SPP)

Lyon went three points clear of Brann at the top of Group B, beating them 3-1 for a third straight victory. Kadidiatou Diani scored either side of a goal by Ada Hegerberg, before Justine Kielland responded for the Norwegian side.

St.Pölten and Slavia Prague played out a goalless draw to both get off the mark, the visitors not managing to take all three despite 20 shots at goal.


Rosengård 0-6 Barcelona
Benfica 1-0 Eintracht Frankfurt


St.Pölten 0-0 Slavia Prague
Lyon 3-1 Brann

Fixtures for Thursday 14 December


FC Bayern Münich v Ajax (5.45pm)
Paris Saint-Germain v Roma (8pm)


Paris FC v Real Madrid (5,45pm)
Chelsea v BK Häcken (8pm) – also live on DAZN1 and TNT Sports 5

(UK times, all live on DAZN / DAZN Women’s Football YouTube)

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