Barca come from behind to win 2nd Women's Champions League Title

Women's Champions League 2022-23: Barcelona come back from 2-0 down to beat Wolfsburg 3-2 to win second UWCL title.

Barcelona won a second Women's Champions League title 2022-23 after coming from behind from 2-0 in stunning fashion to beat German giants VfL Wolfsburg Ladies 3-2 in the UWCL Final at the PSV Stadium in Eindhoven.

Patri Guijarro scored a brace in the final two minutes to equalise the score for the Spanish champions, who were behind 2-0 at the break.

Barcelona increased the pressure and eventually got the prize they deserved, encouraged by their quick response in the second half.

With 20 minutes remaining, Fridolina Rolfo scored the winning goal by smashing the ball into the goal from close range.

Barcelona went into the matchup in Eindhoven as the favourite against a very good Wolfsburg team that was going for their third European championship in ten years after losing their title to Lyon in the final the previous year.

Ewa Pajor, the league's top scorer, stole the ball from England defender Lucy Bronze, who was making her comeback from knee surgery in April, and drove the opening goal for Wolfsburg.

Pajor then set up German international Alexandra Popp with a teasing cross, and the striker headed in Wolfsburg's second goal with ease.

Barcelona struggled with patience and flow in the first half, so it wasn't a surprise when they recovered and played the kind of football that got them to a fourth final in five seasons.

Keira Walsh, an English midfielder, won her first European championship with Barcelona, and Bronze, who previously won the trophy three times in a row with Lyon between 2018 and 2020, became the first English woman to do it with two separate clubs.

Bronze became a serial winner of this competition while at Lyon, picking up the last of her titles going into this final when they beat Wolfsburg in 2020.