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Lyon, Chelsea, Bayern and Barcelona in the semifinals

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The defending Lyon champion eliminates Wolfsburg for the fourth consecutive year, Chelsea beat Paris to the last breath and Barcelona toast to the second semifinal. Bayern will face Barcelona after eliminating Slavia

Final: 18 May 2019, Ferencváros Stadium, Budapest
Semifinals: 20 / 21 and 27 / 28 April
Lyon (FRA, current champion) - Chelsea (ENG)
Bayern München (GER) - Barcelona (ESP)

Lyon is looking for the fourth consecutive title, the sixth in total, and the eighth final
Bayern or Barcelona will go to the final for the first time, and Chelsea hopes to do the same
Quarter-final return
Wolfsburg - Lyon 2-4 (tot: 3-6)

A free-kick by Dzsenifer Marozsán and a penalty by Wendie Renard sent Lyon ahead for 2-0, but Pernille Harder scored two goals at the start of the second half. But Eugénie Le Sommer scored twice before the final whistle, becoming one of the 8 players to have scored at least 40 goals in the competition.

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Paris Saint-Germain - Chelsea 2-1 (tot: 2-3)

Maren Mjelde signs the decisive goal for Chelsea in full recovery, after Paris had taken the lead for 2-0 at the start of the second half with Kadidiatou Diani's goal and Ann-Katrin Berger's own goal.
LSK Kvinner - Barcelona 0-1 (tot: 0-4)

The net after seven minutes of Lieke Martens puts in safe the qualification of the Barcelona after the wide victory of the first leg.
Bayern München - Slavia Praha 5-1 (tot: 6-2)

Mandy Islacker, the heroine of the 2015 final for FFC Frankfurt, scores two goals in the evening when Bayern made it to the semi-finals for the first time.
Quarter-finals, first-leg races

Chelsea - Paris Saint-Germain 2-0

Hannah Blundell and Erin Cuthbert hit the target in the last part of the race guaranteeing Chelsea the double advantage.
Slavia Praha - Bayern München 1-1

A nice goal from distance by Kateřina Svitková nullifies the one scored by Bayern with Fridolina Rolfo immediately after entering the quarter of an hour of shooting. With 6822 spectators, the attendance record in a UEFA Women's Champions League match in the Czech Republic is also established.

Barcelona - LSK Kvinner 3-0

A brace in the opening minutes by Toni Duggan and Mariona Caldentey's goal on a penalty kick put Barcelona in control.

Lyon - Wolfsburg 2-1

Meanwhile, 17.840 spectators at the Stade de Lyon (record of absolute turnout in the quarter-finals) applaud the hosts' networks with Eugénie Le Sommer and Wendie Renard in the first 18 minutes, but Wolfsburg shortens with a header from Nilla Fischer to 26 'from the end. Therefore, the German team can still avenge the defeats in the 2016 and 2018 finals and in the 2017 quarterfinals.

2016 final: Lyon beat Wolfsbug on penalties
Final: 18 May 2019, Ferencváros Stadium, Budapest

1 semi-final winner - 2 semi-final winner

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