In the Women’s Champions League, Janis Kayman was noticed. She scored the red torch against Bayern and helped her team Lyon win. Golden Boot Taine de Kinney fell without a chance with Hoffenheim against defending champion Barcelona.
Cayman celebrates scoring against Bayern Munich
On the third match day in Group D, Janis Kayman booked a 2-1 win with Lyon over Bayern Munich on Wednesday. The Red Flame scored 1-1 in the 50th minute.
Cayman was substituted twenty minutes before time, with the score 1-1 still on the board. Four minutes before the whistle, midfielder Amandine Henry scored a 2-1 goal from a corner kick.
In the other group match, Sweden’s BK Haken defeated Benfica 0-1. Lyon lead with a maximum of nine points, ahead of Bayern (4), Haken (3) and Benfica (1).
I have no chance of Kenny against the defending champion
Tine De Caigny had less success in the second round of the Champions League. The competition with Hoffenheim started like a rocket last week, with a 5-0 win over Denmark’s Køge. The Golden Boot scored two goals and also provided a assist.
On Wednesday, things turned out differently against Barcelona. De Kinney and his co-workers couldn’t do anything against the defending champion, who was already 3-0 up in the first half. Fifteen minutes before the end, Barcelona scored a fourth goal.
The Belgian striker remained on the field for 66 minutes, after which she was replaced by Chantal Hagel. In the Group C standings, Barcelona leads 9 out of 9, followed by Arsenal (6). Hoffenheim is currently in third (3), Denmark’s HB Køge is finally deserted with zero points.
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