#UWCL: Chelsea Women put seven past Servette

Melanie Leupolz got Chelsea's opener in Servette
Melanie Leupolz fired Chelsea into an early lead. (Daniela Porcelli/Sports Press Photo)

Chelsea lead their UEFA Women’s Champions League group by two points after winning 7-0 away to Servette.

Group A: Servette 0-7 Chelsea, Juventus 2-2 Wolfsburg
Group B: WFC Kharkiv 0-0 Breidablik, Paris Saint-Germain 4-0 Real Madrid

Chelsea raced into a 4-0 lead onside 20 minutes, Melanie Leupolz rifled in the first, Sam Kerr sent Fran Kirby through to net the second before scoring two herself in as many minutes.

Kirby’s second was followed by a finish from an acute angle by Jessie Fleming for a 6-0 interval lead.

Guro Reiten further extended the advantage just five minutes into the second half, after which the Swiss side avoided an even heavier defeat.

Juve deny 10-player Wolfsburg victory

Juventus levelled in stoppage-time with Cristiana Girelli’s second goal of the game, to draw at home to Wolfsburg. Juve’s opener was cancelled out by Lena Lattwein and although Tabea Wassmuth put the visitors 2-1 up, they had Felicitas Rauch dismissed before the home side equalised.

Three in a row for PSG

Marie-Antoinette Katoto bagged a brace as Paris Saint-Germain made it three wins from as many games with the defeat of Real Madrid. Sara Dabritz and a Rocío Gálvez own-goal resulted in a 4-0 victory for the French side.

Kharkiv and Breidablik drew the other Group B game 0-0 to claim their first points.

Fixtures for Wednesday 10 November (all live on DAZN YouTube channel)

Group C: Barcelona vs Hoffenheim (5.45pm), HB Køge vs Arsenal (5.45pm – UK time)
Group D: Benfica vs Häcken (8pm), Lyon vs Bayern München (8pm)

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