Jonathan Giraldez takes a yellow card
The FC Barcelona coach is annoyed on the sidelines and is warned by the Finnish referee before this encounter.
New move for Barca
Jonathan Giraldez realizes a new change with the departure of Rolfo, who is replaced by Pina.
Big chance for Oshoala
The FC Barcelona striker is alone at the penalty spot and heads wide of the target. Finally, the flag goes up and an offside position is signalled.
Summer is coming
Eugénie Le Sommer comes into play in this final, replacing Melvine Malard for the last 20 minutes of the game.
Macario receives a yellow card
Second booking from Lyon in the final with a yellow card for Les Fenottes’ second goalscorer, Macario.
Double substitution for Barça
Jonathan Giraldez makes new changes with entries from Crnogorcevic and Martens instead of Torrejon and Caldentey.
The bar for Barça
What a lob attempt from Guijarro in midfield. Endler seemed defeated and it was the crossbar that saved the Lyoners.
Change at halftime
The Barça manager made a change halfway through that meeting, substituting Oshoala for Hermoso.
The strike of Malard in the arms of Panos
The Lyoners become dangerous for the first time in the second third through Melvine Malard, who strikes. But his ball lands in the arms of Panos.
It’s back to Turin
Beginning of the second period in Turin. The Fenotes lead against the Blaugranas in an almost one-sided first half of the season. OL had a three-goal lead but Alexia Putellas started again before returning to the dressing room.
It’s half time
End of this first act of this Women’s Champions League final. OL took the lead at the end of that first half but the Blaugranas’ goal just before returning to the dressing room restarted the game.
The second Lyon striker is cautioned after a late tackle.
Four more minutes
Four minutes of stoppage time were added in this first period.
Putellas brings Barca back into the game
Hope lives on! Putellas ended with a flat foot and used a slip in the Lyon defense to put himself into play.
Endler is fine
With a dangerous cross that Hermoso doesn’t cut, Endler shows success in repelling the danger.
Incredible first period of Lyon crushing FC Barcelona. Ada Hegerberg becomes Macario’s setter, driving the ball down.
First yellow card
First yellow card in this Champions League final. Mapi Leon is cautioned after a late foul.
It’s very hot in Turin and the Finnish match referee gives the 22 players in the game a cool break.
That’s two for the Lyoners. Hegerberg gets a cross from Bacha and pushes the ball into the net. The Blaugranas are overwhelmed.
Hegerberg’s shot misses
Norway striker Ada Hegerberg catches a ball near the penalty area and takes her chance, but her shot lands in the stands.
Excellent intervention by Bacha
What a brilliant save from Bacha, who prevented Hermoso from putting the ball past Endler from close range.
The final ends there for Carpenter
First strike for OL in this Champions League final with the elimination of Carpenter on a stretcher. The page is replaced by Buchanan.
Nice save from Endler
In a nice breakthrough in the Lyon area, Endler made a nice save to ward off danger.
What a masterpiece by Amandine Henry
Amandine Henry unlocks the situation on a rocket stuck in the middle of the skylight. Lyon have been leading from the first minutes of this final.
First interesting free kick for OL
The Lyon team already scored an interesting free kick near the ground when Bacha tried and missed the goal.
Let’s go to Turin
Finnish referee Lina Lethovaara opens the Champions League final between FC Barcelona and Olympique Lyonnais.
Kick-off in less than 30 minutes
The women’s Champions League final will now kick off in less than 30 minutes. The Juventus Stadium is about to vibrate for this large poster.
The composition of Barca
Panos – Torrejon, Paredes, Maria Leon, Rolfo – Alexia, Aitana, Patri – Graham, Jenni Hermoso, Mariona Caldentey.
The composition of OL
Endler – Zimmermann, Mbock, Renard (c), Bacha – Henry, Horan, Macario – Cascarino, Hegerberg, Malard.
Lyon have almost a full squad save for long-time absentees Dzsenifer Marozsan and Amel Majri. OL can count on the presence of their best player in the group, Ada Hegerberg, who won the first Ballon d’Or in history in 2018 and was the Champions League’s top scorer with 58 goals. The Swede will face off in a long-awaited long-distance duel with Ballon d’Or holder Spain’s Putellas.
Lyon captain Wendie Renard is approaching her 10th Champions League final with Lyon on Saturday “like it’s the first,” she said on Friday, pledging to “hurt if it’s necessary to hurt” against Barcelona in Turin. A game that looks like the ultimate challenge for Lyon, who, in the event of victory, would restore the past decade’s relentless hierarchy, marked by seven coronations in ten seasons. But OL is no longer alone and Barça is firmly entrenched in the landscape. “We’re coming into a final with two big names who have two great runs. For me a final is 50-50, there’s no favourite, it’s up to us to make the history of that game if we want to lift the trophy. ” “It’s up to us to hurt ourselves when we have to hurt ourselves. Barcelona are a great team, they’re the defending champions and we have a lot of respect for them. But our story, we’re here to write it. We. ” “We’re not here to prove what we can do. There’s two teams, one trophy, but I’m hungry so I’ll do whatever it takes to come back.”
On the pitch, Barcelona Women approach this final in steamroller mode after a season of 30 wins in 30 games in their domestic championship. In the Champions League, despite the surprising defeat – without consequences – at Wolfsburg in the second leg of the semifinals (0:2) they danced in the lead in many statistical areas, from possession (66.3% on average) to goals scored (37) and in their ranks the edition’s co-scorer, the inevitable Putellas (10 goals), Ballon d’Or holders.
OL fans overwhelmed by Spanish fury
At least 12,000 Spanish fans were also counted by UEFA in Turin, but there will undoubtedly be many more among the 35,000 expected… In the Italian heat, where the thermometer could rise to 35, only 2,000 Lyon fans are expected degree on Saturday.
Welcome to our website to watch the 2021-2022 Women’s Champions League Final live and in full. Organized in Turin, the meeting will pit the defending champions of Barça against the Lyonnaises, the seven-time champions. Kick-off is at 7 p.m.