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Barça women dominate Eintracht Frankfurt and secure first place in the Champions League (2-0)

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Patri Guijarro and Caroline Graham Hansen, the Blaugrana scorers

The women’s Barça did their homework and beat Eintracht Frankfurt on the fifth day of the group stage of the Women’s Champions League (2-0). The Blaugrana have confirmed the leadership and the first position with one day left to finish the group phase of the women’s Champions League. Patri Guijarro and Caroline Graham Hansen were the protagonists of the match with their goals.

Barça, master and lord of the game

Barça came out wanting to decide the match from the first minute and had control of the ball and the chances. In the 10th minute, Mariona Caldentey, the offensive reference, had the first opportunity to score. And in the 15th, Irene Paredes saved Eintracht’s goal under the posts after a Blaugrana defensive error and the departure of goalkeeper Cata Coll. But from here on, more possession and more danger. And after a double chance from Lucy Bronze and Mariona, Patri Guijarro scored the first goal in the 19th minute with a shot from outside the area that went in through the crossbar of goalkeeper Stina Johannes (1-0).

A possible penalty on Graham Hansen not whistled and the injury of rival star Géraldine Reuteler marked the middle phase of the first half. And before the break, an opportunity from Paredes. Barça have been superior, applying very high pressure, attacking without pause and creating a lot of danger.

Caroline Graham Hansen, the sentence

In the second half, Barça continued with the same dynamic, but with a change of the German goalkeeper, who left her place to Cara Bösl. And she was the standout at the start of the second half, with Aitana Bonmatí missing when the goal was on the line, as was Graham Hansen, who also came across Eintracht’s substitute goalkeeper. And although Lucy Bronze sent the ball onto the post with a great header from the surprise centre-forward, the scoreline seemed stuck.

Tanja Pawollek, the Eintracht captain, had to leave the field also injured. A very bad fortune in this game for the German team. And Barça, drowsier and failing more than usual, didn’t seem to encourage the spectators present at the Johan Cruyff either. Eintracht had their moments of danger, but Barça did not allow the tie. Esmee Brughts and Clàudia Pina came off the bench to refresh themselves and helped make the final sprint. And Graham Hansen scored in the 73rd minute with a cross from outside the area that hit the post before entering the back of the goal (2-0).

Barça, undefeated and top of the group

And Bruna Vilamala, Marta Torrejón and Vicky López also played a few minutes in the final stretch of the match. Barça add their fifth victory in the group stage of the Champions League, a total of 15 points achieved, and remain unbeaten in Europe. And he continues to think about the quarter-finals, but now knowing that the Blaugrana will be first in the group no matter what happens.

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