Full Time: Chelsea Women Miss Out First-ever Final in the Champions League to Barcelona

Women’s UEFA Champions League final between Chelsea and Barcelona that held in Sweden at the Gamla Ullevi in Gothenburg, ended 4-0, favourite the Spanish side.

The Spanish side, who won their league by winning 26 consecutive games, losing and drawing none, taken the lead inside 30 seconds.

Lieke Martens strikes the crossbar and then Chelsea struggle to clear. Kirby attempts to hook the ball away but it strikes Leupolz and loops back into the Chelsea goal.

The Catalan giants extend their lead through spot-kick after Hermoso goes down under light pressure from Leupolz. Putellas then sends Berger the wrong way.

Putellas, who scored Barcelona’s second goal through spot-kick, plays a through pass into the path of Bonmati, she robs Charles and slots the ball beyond Berger.

Such poor defending from Chelsea. Martens breezes beyond Charles and squares for Graham Hansen to finish from inside the six-yard box and ended half-time in 4-0.

In the second-half of the game, both side failed to broken the deadlock, especially English side Chelsea, who went into the break in hampered by the Catalan giants.

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