Takeaways from UEFA Women’s Champions League Final

FC Barcelona showed utter dominance throughout the UEFA Women’s Champions League and trounced Chelsea 4-0 to win their maiden European title on Sunday. Melanie Leupolz scored a very early own goal and from there, Barcelona tormented Chelsea to grab a massive victory. Alexia Putellas scored a penalty in the 14th minute, six minutes after which Aitana Bonmati scored Barca’s third. Caroline Graham Hansen then sealed the deal for the Catalan club in the 36th minute with the team’s fourth goal.

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Unbeaten Barcelona Women Wrap Up Primera Division Title With Eight Games to Spare

Barcelona Women won the Primera Division with eight games to spare on Sunday by beating Granadilla Tenerife 1-0 to continue their all-conquering season in the Spanish top flight. Barca’s victory puts them 16 points clear of Levante, who drew 1-1 against Espanyol and now cannot catch the leaders with their five games left to play. It has been an incredible season for Barcelona Women, who have won all 26 of their league games this season, scoring 128 goals and conceding

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Chelsea Retain Women’s Super League Title in Style Ahead of Champions League Final

Chelsea retained their Women’s Super League title with a thumping 5-0 win over Reading on Sunday. They will now look to complete an English and European double when they face Barcelona in the Champions League final in Gothenburg a week on Sunday. The Londoners, who saw off Bayern Munich 5-3 on aggregate in the semi-finals, are bidding to become European champions for the first time. The Blues headed into the final round of English top-flight fixtures two points clear of

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