Women's Champions League – matchday 2 fixtures & results

Women's Champions League – matchday 2 fixtures & results

The Women’s Champions League group stage returns for matchday two this week, with eight games spread across Europe on Wednesday and Thursday nights.

Barcelona, Lyon, Chelsea, Arsenal, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Real Madrid are all in action.

Here’s a rundown of what has happened so far and what is still to come…

Group A

Wolfsburg 5-0 Servette

Two-time former Champions League winners Wolfsburg made light work of their clash with Switzerland’s Servette, racing into a 3-0 lead in the first half alone.

Svenja Huth got the opening goal just under 20 minutes, followed soon by a first half brace from Tabea Wassmuth, taking her tally in the competition to four goals in two games already. Dominique Janssen got the fourth soon after half-time, while Joelle Smits rounded off the rout.

Juventus 1-2 Chelsea

Chelsea edged a hard fought contest against Juventus in front of more than 16,000 people at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, with Pernille Harder scoring the crucial goal with just over 20 minutes left.

Erin Cuthbert had given Chelsea a first half half lead with a driving run into the penalty area, but it lasted only a few minutes before Barbara Bonansea got Juve back level. And while Chelsea did go on to win, the Italian champions were never out of the game.

Read more: Juventus 1-2 Chelsea: Full player ratings

Group B

Paris Saint-Germain 5-0 Zhytlobud-1 Kharkiv

Canadian forward Jordyn Huitema scored the first Champions League hat-trick of the season in PSG’s crushing win over Ukraine’s Zhytlobud-1 Kharkiv.

Huitema’s treble came in the first 43 minutes of the one-sided contest, with PSG’s dominance never in doubt. Paulina Dudek got a fourth for the French champions just before the hour mark, before Lea Khelifi made it 5-0 in the final few moments.

Real Madrid 5-0 Breidablik

PSG’s Huitema wasn’t the only player to score a hat-trick as that feat was matched only a couple of hours later by Real Madrid forward Caroline Moller, whose treble also came inside the first half.

Moller’s first goal only six minutes in was of the highest quality, with the Dane’s touch setting her for the strike. She added another goal in the 20 minute and a third right before half-time. Olga Carmona got Real’s fourth immediately after the break, with Lorena Navarro making it 5-0 late on.

Group C

Koge vs Barcelona

What time is kick off? 17:45 (BST)/18:45 (CEST)
Where is it being played? Koge Stadium
TV channel/live stream? DAZN UEFA Women’s Champions League YouTube channel

Arsenal vs Hoffenheim

What time is kick off? 20:00 (BST)/21:00 (CEST)
Where is it being played? Meadow Park
TV channel/live stream? DAZN UEFA Women’s Champions League YouTube channel

Group D

Bayern Munich vs Hacken

What time is kick off? 17:45 (BST)/18:45 (CEST)
Where is it being played? FC Bayern Campus
TV channel/live stream? DAZN UEFA Women’s Champions League YouTube channel

Lyon vs Benfica

What time is kick off? 20:00 (BST)/21:00 (CEST)
Where is it being played?
 Groupama Stadium
TV channel/live stream?
DAZN UEFA Women’s Champions League YouTube channel

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