Barcelona booked their place in the Women's Champions League semi-finals by thrashing Roma 5-1 on Wednesday at Camp Nou to progress 6-1 on aggregate.Barcelona set two world record attendances of over 91,000 each at Camp Nou last season en route to the final, where they were beateRead More »
Chelsea manager Emma Hayes lauded Ann-Katrin Berger as the "best pen-saving goalkeeper I've worked with" after the Germany international's heroics helped the Blues knock holders Lyon out of the Women's Champions League on Thursday."She's probably the best pen-saving goalkeeper I've worked with."
Blues beat holders Lyon to reach final four
Chelsea's women's team had never seen scenes like this at Stamford Bridge, while holders Lyon have never looked so dejected. This was as dramatic and controversial a conclusion to a Women's Champions League quarter-final as you could imagine, and as Chelsea's penalty shoot-out-heroine Ann-Katrin Berger sprinted towards the fans in celebration after saving the decision spot-kick, the English club, somehow, incredibly, staggeringly, were through.