Olympique Lyonnais booked their place in the final of the Women's Champions League after beating Paris Saint-Germain 1-2 (3-5 on aggregate), their tenth win in twenty-one editions. In a Parc des Princes filled to 43,254 spectators, a new attendance record for a women's football match in France, it was Ada Hegerberg who was the first to shine, heading in the winner after a superb cross from Selma Bacha.
Things didn't get any better for the Parisians, who lost goalkeeper Barbora Votíková to injury just before half-time after a poor landing on her knee. In the second half, Ada Hegerberg came close to doubling the lead, but the Norwegian had her goal disallowed by video assistance due to Melvine Malard's offside call when she headed the ball home. Marie-Antoinette Katoto then gave Paris hope. The French striker, who had been quiet until then, took two steps to beat Christiane Endler for her seventh goal of the tournament. The French striker had been quiet until then, but it was Wendie Renard, who was very much in evidence defensively, who finally delivered the Lyonnais with a furious header from a free-kick by Selma Bacha, who also made a second assist. The Parisians were frustrated by the tactical set-up of OL coach Sonia Bompastor and were unable to get back into the game after the second Lyon goal. In the final, Olympique Lyonnais will meet FC Barcelona for a top-of-the-table duel between the last two European champions.