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Monday, August 31, 2020

11 Records Lyon broke as win fifth straight title Women's UCL 2019-20

Lyon beat Wolfsburg 3-1 won fifth in a row, 2019-20 Women's champions League Winners.





 French, Olympique Lyon is the 2019-20 Women's Champions League winners for a fifth consecutive year and Seventh overall titles as they beat Wolfsburg 3-1 goals from Eugénie Le Sommer, Saki Kumagai and Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir seeing them end another untouchable season showered with confetti, this time in San Sebastián.. Its a remarkable achievement. Respect!






Lyon dominance, win their seventh title and fifth in a row, 2019-20 Women's football champions, Stats, Records.





Lyon dominance, win their seventh title and fifth in a row, 2019-20 Women's football champions, Stats, Records.






  1. Lyon won their seventh title and fifth in a row, extending their records.


  2. Lyon's seven wins mean that France are now just two behind Germany's record of nine combined victories.


  3. Lyon were in their ninth final and set a new record of reaching five in a row (breaking their own best set between 2010 and 2013).


  4. Sarah Bouhaddi and Wendie Renard were appearing in their ninth finals (one more than men's record holders Paco Gento and Paolo Maldini); Eugénie Le Sommer in her eighth.


  5. Renard increased her record number of competition appearances to 88.


  6. Le Sommer became the fifth player to reach 75 competition appearances tonight; Alex Popp was the fourth in the quarter-finals.


  7. Saki Kumagai is the first Asian player to score in a final.


  8. Bouhaddi, Renard, Le Sommer and Alex Popp have now played in all of the competition-record eight meetings between Wolfsburg and Lyon.


  9. Goalscorer Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir joined Lyon last month from Wolfsburg, for whom she featured in their 2018 final loss to OL.


  10. This season, Lyon became the first club to appear in 100 UEFA women's club competitions games and register 80 wins, while Ada Hegerberg, injured for the August finals, broke Anja Mittag's old record to become all-time top scorer on 53 goals, which took her 50 matches.


  11. With seven straight victories in 2019/20, Lyon completed only the second perfect season in the competition's history after Umeå's nine-win streak in 2003/04.





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