UEFA Women’s Champions League Quarter-finals (second leg) fixtures and live broadcast information
The UEFA Women’s Champions League Quarter-final first leg matches brought us a record breaking crowd as well as a stunning bicycle kick goal scored by Lyon’s Camille Abily.
The return legs of the quarter-finals will take place on Wednesday 30 March 2016 as the eight clubs fight for a place in the semi-finals.
Full-time (aet): 1. FFC Frankfurt 0-1 Rosengård (1-1 aggregate) Sara Bjork Gunnarsdóttir 28′
1. FFC Frankfurt win 5-4 on penalties.
Kick-off: 18:00 CET
TV Broadcasts: British Eurosport 2, German Eurosport 1 and French Eurosport 1
The current UWCL holders 1.FFC Frankfurt beat Swedish Champions FC Rosengård 1-0 in their opening leg. Dzsenifer Marozsán converted a 71st minute penalty after Lina Nilsson was penalised for handball. FC Rosengård’s Erin McLeod made her tournament debut but the goalkeeper had to be subbed after 13 minutes due to injury.
The winner of this fixture (after aggregate) will face the winner of Brescia v Wolfsburg.
Full-time: Slavia Praha 0-0 Lyon (1-9 aggregate)
Kick-off: 18:30 CET
TV Broadcast: beINSPORTS
Over 11,000 gathered at the Stade de Lyon as the French Champions eased 9 goals passed Slavia Praha. Kateřina Svitková did put Slavia on the scoresheet in the 42nd minute. Lyon treated the strong crowd to some spectacular goals including a bicycle kick by Camille Abily and an impressive long-range strike by Louisa Necib.
The winner of this fixture (after aggregate) will face the winner of PSG v Barcelona.
Full-time: PSG 1-0 FC Barcelona (1-0 aggregate) Cristiane 86′
Kick-off: 20:30 CET
TV Broadcast: beINSPORTS, youTube
LIVE STREAM ONLINE: Watch live match broadcast
A record breaking crowd of 8,369 for the Spanish club witnessed FC Barcelona hold PSG to a goalless draw. Despite creating a number of chances, the French club who were last year’s finalists, were unable to breakdown a resilient Barcelona.
The winner of this fixture (after aggregate) will face the winner of Slavia Praha v Lyon.
Brescia 0-3 Wolfsburg (0-6 aggregate) Jakabfi 7′,33′, Bachmann 62′
Kick-off: 20:30 CET
TV Broadcast: To be confirmed
There was a last minute change in Wolfsburg’s starting line-up ahead of kick-off as their captain Nilla Fischer picked up an injury was replaced by Joelle Wedemayer . Tessa Wullaert, Alexandra Popp, Caroline Graham Hansen netted a goal each to secure a 3-0 first leg win, despite looking dangerous on the counter, Bresica were unable to earn an important away goal in the opening leg.
The winner of this fixture (after aggregate) will face the winner of 1. FFC Frankfurt v Rosengård.
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