Lieke Martens and FC Barcelona won the Women‘s Champions League. In a very one-sided final, Chelsea was set aside with 4-0.
FC Barcelona – Chelsea 4-0The final of the Women’s Champions League tournament was never a match. Under the leadership of the outstanding Lieke Martens, who gave her guards a very painful evening, the Catalans sought the attack from minute one, and that resulted in goals. Melanie Leupolz shot his own goal in the first minute after an attempt by Martens ravaged the bar and within a quarter of an hour Aléxia Putellas turned it 2-0.
Even before rest, the final score was reached. Aitana Bonmatí made the third Barça hit and the 4-0 was put on the scoreboard by Caroline Hansen on the outline of the excellent Dutch. In a boring second half, little more happened, allowing the Orange Lioness and her teammates to put the Champions League in the prize cabinet for the first time.
It‘s the big Lieke Martens show 🌟 The Dutch is elusive on the left wing and prepares the 4-0 🙌 What a slaughter for Chelsea 👀 #ZiggoSport #UWCLfinal #ChelseaBarça pic.twitter.com/HVJZQQ5zvi
— Ziggo Sport Football (@ZS_Voetbal) May 16, 2021
RB Leipzig – VfL Wolfsburg 2-2A point was needed for the formation of base player Wout Weghorst to make the Champions League, but the moving start of Die Wölfe offered hope for much more. Through two goals of Maximilian Philipp, the team was already in the green with 0-2 and it seemed that the CL ticket would be won by a victory.
Leipzig returned to the competition, and it was thanks to Justin Kluivert. The Dutch wing attacker won a fine individual action with a goal (1-2), after which Marcel Sabitzer entered a penalty kick and rebalanced the signs. There was no change in the remainder of the game and so Weghorst will play in the billionaire ball next year. Leipzig already had that ticket in and stays second.