This Wednesday, Chelsea and Barcelona secured the qualification for the women’s soccer Champions League semi-finals, by eliminating, respectively, Wolfsburg (last runner-up finalist) and Manchester City.
After the 2-1 victory in the first leg in Budapest, as a visitor, Chelsea again faced the Germans in the Hungarian capital and initialed the pass with a more robust triumph. Pernille Harder scored the first goal in the 27th minute, from a penalty. Kerr (32m) and Kirby (81m) then signed the second and third goals, respectively.
In Manchester, Barcelona managed the 3-0 lead in the first leg, lost 2-1, but qualified for the ‘socks’. Beckie put City ahead in the 20th minute, but Oshoala equalized in the second half, in the 59th minute, further complicating the life of the home team, who still left the scene with a triumph, initialed with the penalty from Mewis, in the 68th minute .
Chelsea are waiting for the winner of the tie between Bayern and Rosengard, while Barcelona are waiting for the winner of PSG-Lyon.
The Wolfsburg-Chelsea summary:
The summary of Manchester City-Barcelona:
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