Barcelona’s women’s team advanced to the Women’s Champions League quarterfinals with a 7-0 victory over Rosengrad

Barcelona’s Women Dominate in Champions League with a 7-0 Victory

Image Showing Barcelona's women's team advanced to the Women's Champions League quarterfinals with a 7-0 victory over Rosengrad

Barcelona won their fourth consecutive match in the Women’s Champions League, maintaining their perfect winning streak.

Barcelona’s women’s team is doing well in the Champions League. They just beat Rosengrad 7-0 and moved on to the quarterfinals.

Salma Paralluelo scored two amazing goals to make sure the current champions won the game.

The strong Spanish team won the competition for the fourth time without losing any matches in a row. In today’s game, Keira Walsh and Caroline Hansen played exceptionally well, helping secure a big win with Paralluelo.

Barcelona took charge from the beginning, leading 2-0 at halftime with goals from Walsh and Hansen. The young star Paralluelo displayed her skills, scoring two goals before the hour mark and securing Barcelona’s spot in the quarter-finals. The continuous attacks also included goals from Claudia Pina and Marta Torrejon, as well as an unlucky own goal by Jessica Wik from Rosengrad.

Lyon made it to the quarter-finals, even though they drew 2-2 against Brann. The team, which has won eight times before, was initially ahead 2-0 with goals from Amel Majri and Aga Hegerberg. However, a red card for Lindsey Horan and a late goal by Brann’s Signe Gaupset affected Lyon’s chances of a clear win.

Even though Lyon qualified, their coach, Sonia Bompastor, felt disappointed and wished for a better outcome. The group’s situation changed as Brann’s draw brought them closer to securing the second spot in Group B, with a six-point lead over Slavia Prague and St Poelten.

In a sad turn of events, a shooting incident in Prague led to the Slavia Prague and St Poelten match being postponed. The unexpected situation stopped the game as the city grieved the loss of 14 lives.

Earlier in the week, Chelsea won 3-1 against Hacken, with Sam Kerr scoring a goal. On the other hand, Real Madrid suffered a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Paris FC, putting an end to their chances of reaching the quarter-finals.