huge success of the Lyonnaises, demonstrated against Slavia Prague

By Le Figaro

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As in 2016, Lyon made short work of Slavia Prague this Tuesday. Vit Simanek / CTK Photobank / Panoramic

OL women won 9-0 with seven different scorers on the field of Slavia Prague this Tuesday, to begin their campaign in C1 women. Ride.

No worries for OL. Not at all… Wendie Renard and her Lyon teammates, eliminated in the quarter-finals by Chelsea last season, won 9-0 on the field of the Czechs Slavia Prague this Tuesday, during the first day of the group stage of the Champions League. Demonstration, recital, walk… Use whatever term you want: there was no match. Perfect debut for OL women, always on top, while the men navigate the depths of the L1 ranking.

As efficient as they are serious, Sonia Bompastor’s players made the talk from the 3rd minute of play by Sara Daebritz before unfolding in a one-sided first act: 6-0 for OL at the break (!), with goals from Danielle Van de Donk, Vanessa Gilles, Eugénie Le Sommer and Kadidiatou Diani. The latter scored again in stoppage time, when for a time we could believe that Wendie Renard had catapulted the ball into the back of the net with a header. Infernal machine! A bit less diligent in the restart, with less rhythm, the French champions had a few scares… before a penalty converted by Ada Hegerberg, Lyon’s seventh scorer of the day. In any case, the suspense had obviously vanished a long time ago in Prague… On a lightning counter, Amel Majri increased the score further, then Gilles from a corner, for his double (0-9 final score). Nine goals is as many as in 2016, when Lyon won 9-1 against Slavia Prague in the quarterfinals. This is a record equaled in the group stage.

PSG and Paris FC on track Wednesday

Next European meeting for Fenottes? November 22 (6:45 p.m.) at Groupama Stadium, against Sankt Pölen. Before that, they will host Dijon in D1, Friday evening (9 p.m.). Remember that two other French teams are involved in the women’s C1: on Wednesday, PSG will face Ajax in Amsterdam (9 p.m.), while Paris FC will challenge the Swedes from Häcken (6:45 p.m.).

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