Barcelona and Wolfsburg won their home UEFA Women’s Champions League Round of 16 1st leg ties but Rosengård were held by St. Pölten.
Wednesday 3 March
Barcelona 4-0 Fortuna Hjørring
Rosengård 2-2 St. Pölten
Wolfsburg 2-0 LSK Kvinner
Barca’s Hermoso hits hat-trick
Jennifer Hermoso hit a hat-trick as Barcelona built a 4-0 advantage from their home leg with Danish side Fortuna Hjørring.
Hermoso struck twice in the first 18 minutes and completed her treble within the hour, Alexia Putellas rounding off the scoring late on.
Rosengård rescue draw
Rosengård had to come from two goals down to settle for a 2-2 home draw against St. Pölten.
Mateja Zver gave the Austrian side the lead and doubled the advantage right at the start of the second half.
Sanne Troelsgaard pulled one back midway through the second period and Caroline Seger grabbed a dramatic leveller 4 minutes into added time.
Popp puts Wolfsburg two up
Alexandra Popp got both goals as Wolfsburg recorded a 2-0 lead to take to LSK Kvinner next week.
Popp took just two minutes to put the hosts in front and got her second close to the hour mark.
Remaining 1st leg ties:
Thursday 4 March
BIIK-Kazygurt v Bayern Munich (6am)
Lyon v Brøndby (3pm)
Tuesday 9 March
Paris Saint-Germain v Sparta Praha (3pm)