Going day in the UEFA Women’s Champions League

By: Marielos Amézquita

Wednesday and Thursday saw the second day of the UEFA Women’s Champions League, matches in which the excitement of football was experienced and was full of goals and bulky scores.

Here is a summary of the results of the four groups of the tournament.


In 30 minutes of play the “blues” scored thanks to a run by Erin Cuthbert.

In the second half, Chealsea dominated the match, looking for the goal that would give them victory

The Juventus Stadium was attended by 16,871 spectators, making it an Italian record in women’s football for Italian clubs.

  • Wolfsburgo – Servette 5-0

Tabea Wassmuth, scored Wolfsburg’s first victory in the tournament, leaving Servette with their second loss. Having scored four goals in two games, she helped Wolfsburg to their first group win and inflicting the second defeat on Servette. Dominique Janssen scored the fourth goal from a corner kick, while Joëlle Smits will score the fifth.


  • Paris Saint-Germain 5 – 0 WFC Kharkiv

Canadian Jordyn Huitema achieved the first hat-trick in history in the group stage in 17 minutes of the first half.

Paulina Dudek and Lea Khelifi scored two goals that would leave the Parisian team with a comfortable victory.

  • Real Madrid 5-0 Breidablik

At the Alfredo Di Stéfano stadium Caroline Møller starred in a hat-trick in the first half of the game and was the main protagonist of the night at the Alfredo Di Stéfano stadium with three goals in the first half. While Olga Carmona and Lorena Navarro, in the second half, scored the goals of the bulky Madrid victory.

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The first half Køge was closer to the goal, however he failed to score. In the second half the roles changed and Barcelona and Rolfö scored the first goal.

From the penalty spot, Jenni Hermoso converted a penalty, which would give Barcelona victory.

Kim Little scored the penalty 1-0 and Tobin Heath doubled the lead in injury time.

In the second half Vivianne Miedema to score the third goal and Leah Williamson the fourth goal that would give Arsenal the first victory.

Group D

  • Bayern de Múnich 4-0 chicks

Lea Schüller scores the double 8 and 11. In the second half, Bayern positioned themselves with the victory with goals from Linda Dallmann and Jovana Damnjanović.

The first goal came in the 29th minute through Kadeisha Buchanan, while Daniëlle Van De Donk in the 31st scored the second goal for Lyon, ending the first half with 3-0.

In the second half, Melvine Malard and Catarina Macario scored the goals for the final score 5-0.

Matchday 3 of the UEFA Women’s Champions League will be played on November 9 and 10.