World news – AU – Women’s Champions League: The seven-time champion Lyon has started defending their title against Juventus for the last 32 years – Sports News, Firstpost

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In August, Lyon twice defeated former champions Wolfsburg 3-1 in the final, winning the trophy for the fifth time in a row.

Lyon defeated FC Wolfsburg in last year’s final to win their seventh UEFA Women’s Champions League title and fifth at a trot. Photo credit: Twitter / @ UWCL

Lausanne: The seven-time record winner Lyon will start defending her Champions League title for women in the last 32 against Juventus, while last season’s runner-up Wolfsburg was drawn against the Serbian club ZFK Spartak on Tuesday.

In August, Lyon twice defeated former champions Wolfsburg 3-1 in the final, winning the trophy for the fifth time in a row.

The team that has dominated women’s football in France and Europe for the past few years was brought back to earth last week when a 1-0 loss to Paris Saint-Germain ended a run of 73 games without a loss.

PSG, beaten by Lyon in the semifinals of the 2019-20 competition, have been paired with Gornik Leczna of Poland and Barcelona faced Dutch team PSV Eindhoven.

Two English clubs, Chelsea and Manchester City, are also competing for the Games next month. until 10. and from 15. until 16. December will be held.

Chelsea, who reached the last four of the tournament in 2018 and 2019, face Benfica, while City play against Swedish club Gothenburg.

Chelsea were awarded the 2019/20 City Super League title per game ahead of City after the season was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Glasgow City, last season’s quarter-finalists, face Slavia Prague after winning both qualifying rounds on penalties.

This season’s edition will be the last to use a two-legged knockout format. The 2021-22 competition includes a group stage with 16 teams, similar to the men’s format.

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