UEFA Women’s Champions League: Weir brace helps Real Madrid win away

Real Madrid's two-goal Caroline Weir
Real Madrid’s Caroline Weir celebrates with teammates in Rosenborg. (Photo by OLE MARTIN WOLD/NTB/AFP via Getty Images)

UEFA Women’s Champions League Round 2 1st Leg ties featured a brace for Real Madrid’s Caroline Weir in Rosenborg, plus late wins for PSG and Roma.

Champions path

Kharkiv 1-1 Vllaznia
SFK 2000 Sarajevo 0-7 Zürich
KuPS Kuopio 0-1 St. Pölten
Valur 0-1 Slavia Praha
Brann 1-1 Rosengård

League path

Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 Häcken
Rosenborg 0-3 Real Madrid
Sparta Praha 1-2 Roma

Roma came from behind to leave Sparta Praha 2-1 victors, Lucie Martinkova’s goal replied to by Elisa Bartoli, before Emilie Haavi’s 90th-minute decider.

Kadidiatou Diani grabbed a late winner for PSG, after Häcken’s Marike Bergman-Lundin had cancelled out Lieke Martens opener.

Svava Ros Gudmundsdottir had Brann in front for most of the match with Rosengård but Olivia Holdt scored a dozen minutes from the end to earn a draw.

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Svava Gudmundsdottir takes a shot for Brann against Rosengard. (Ane Frosaker/SPP)

Vllaznia also drew 1-1 in the away tie with Kharkiv, Megi Doci’s effort bringing a reply from Roksolana Kravchuk for the Ukrainian side.

Tereza Kožárová got the only goal of the game as Slavia Praha won away to Valur, Mateja Zver netted to give St. Pölten victory at Kuopio.

Caroline Weir bagged a brace in Real Madrid’s 3-0 result at Rosenborg, Athenea del Castillo their other scorer.

Fabienne Humm hit a hat-trick in Zürich’s 7-0 win in Sarajevo, who had Amira Spahic sent-off in the 76th minute.

Second leg ties are next Wednesday or Thursday.

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