More than 90,000 fans attend the "Barcelona Women" match again

91,648 fans attended a women's soccer match, a record, as Barcelona beat Wolfsburg 5-1 in the first leg of the semi-finals of the UEFA Women's Champions League at the Camp Nou yesterday.

This number broke the previous record set only three weeks ago, when 91,553 fans flocked to the Camp Nou to attend Barcelona's match against Real Madrid on March 30.

Barcelona, ​​who reached the Champions League semi-finals with an 8-3 aggregate win over Real Madrid, started the day strong after midfielder Aitana Bonmatte put them ahead in the third minute.

The hosts doubled their lead after another seven minutes, when Caroline Hansen scored a goal against her former team, and Jennifer Hermoso and Alexia Botias added two more goals to make the score 4-0 before the break.

Wolfsburg midfielder Gil Rurd celebrated her 25th birthday by scoring a goal for the visiting team in the 70th minute. The goal was awarded after referring to the video assistant referee.

But the champions Barcelona, ​​who completely dominated the match from the first minutes, consolidated their lead with a penalty kick scored by Botías in the 84th minute, to face Wolfsburg with a difficult task in the second leg.

Olympique Lyonnais will meet Paris Saint-Germain in the other semi-final match on Sunday, with the second leg to be held on April 30.

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