Lieke Martens scored two goals in the second leg to help Barcelona beat Paris St-Germain and advance to the Women’s Champions League final.
Martens made it 1-0 with a superb curling shot before thumping in a second at the back post after half an hour. Soon after, Marie-Antoinette Katoto equalized for PSG, pouncing on a loose ball in the six-yard area.
Barcelona won 3-2 on aggregate and will face Chelsea in the final, who defeated Bayern Munich 5-3 on aggregate. As Barcelona pushed for a third goal, Jennifer Hermoso hit the post minutes before Marta Torrejon’s header fell off the top of the crossbar.
Late in the game, PSG pressed for an equalizer, knowing that a second away goal would put them through, but Barcelona held firm. The final will be held on May 16 in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Source: BBC Sport