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UEFA Women's Champions League R16 2nd legs preview

UEFA Women's Champions League round of 16 second leg preview

March 9, 2021 By Juan Aguerrevere
The 2020-21 UEFA Women’s Champions League resumes on Wednesday with the second legs of the round of 16, including a clash between Spanish powerhouse Atletico Madrid and English champions Chelsea.

The last 16 teams of this season's UEFA Women's Champions League will have one last shot to claim a spot in the quarterfinals when they play the return legs of the round of 16. The winners will advance to the quarterfinals, which are scheduled for late March and early April.

UEFA Women's Champions League round of 16 second legs 

Wednesday, March 10 

Atletico Madrid vs. Chelsea at 7:30 a.m. ET 

Chelsea leads on aggregate score 2-0 after an eventful home win at Kingsmeadow Park in the first leg. Chelsea's Sophie Ingle was sent off early in the game, conceding a penalty that goalkeeper Ann-Katrin Berger saved. Norwegian defender Maren Mjelde converted a penalty kick at the hour mark, followed by a Fran Kirby goal six minutes later. Berger proved to be the hero of the night by saving a second penalty to secure an important home clean sheet. 

The second leg is set to be played at Stadio Brianteo in Monza, Italy.

Brondby vs. Lyon at 7:55 a.m. ET

Brondby put up a hell of a fight against the ever-so-dominant Olympique Lyonnais side coached by Jean-Luc Vasseur. The Danish side had a close chance to stun the home team with an early Nanna Christiansen free-kick that hit the woodwork. However, forward Nikita Parris scored the opening goal for the French side shortly after, and French forward Melvine Malard doubled the lead in added time, scoring the club's 400th European goal.

The second leg will take place at Brondby Stadium in Brondbyvester, Denmark.

LSK Kvinner vs. Wolfsburg (played in Gyor, Hungary) at 8 a.m. ET

German forward Alex Popp scored a brace that ended up separating Wolfsburg from Norwegian side, LSK Kvinner. Moreover, Popp moved to third in all-time UEFA Women's Champions League appearances with 78 and inspired Wolfsburg to its 50th win in the competition – a landmark that has only been achieved by Lyon and Frankfurt.

The second leg will be played at Alcufer Stadion in Gyirmot, Hungary.

Fortuna Hjorring vs. Barcelona at 9:55 a.m. ET

Spanish veteran Jenni Hermoso led Barcelona to a 4-0 win over Danish side Fortuna Hjorring with a hattrick, her first in the competition since an August 2011 treble for Rayo Vallecano against Krka.

Fortuna Hjorring will host the return leg at Hjorring Stadium in Hjorring, Denmark. 

Bayern Munich vs. BIIK-Kazygurt at 12:15 a.m. ET

Bayern Munich secured its 21st consecutive win in all competitions with a 6-1 away victory over Kazakhstan's BIIK-Kazygurt. The German side will look to for its 23rd win in a row when they see-out BIIK-Kazygurt for a second time, having defeated Freiburg 5-1 in the Frauen Bundesliga in the weekend.

The return leg will take place at FC Bayern Campus Platz 1 in Munich, Germany. 

St. Polten vs. Rosengard at 2:30 p.m. ET

Rosengard's Caroline Seger's equalizer deep in added time completed a two-goal comeback home draw for the Swedish side against St. Polten. The Austrian side, who are looking to become Austria's second quarterfinalists in competition history, led the game in the first 46 minutes with two goals scored by Slovenia's Mateja Zver. However, St. Polten was not able to hold onto the lead and will need to wait until Wednesday to fight for their destiny.

St. Polten will host Rosengard in the second leg at NV Arena in Polten, Austria.

Thursday, March 11

Fiorentina vs. Manchester City at 8 a.m. ET

Englishwomen Lauren Hemp and Ellen White each scored in the opening four minutes to give Manchester City an early lead. USA's Sam Mewis added a third late in the game to make it 3-0 against Fiorentina.

The second leg will be played at Artemio Franchi Stadium in Florence, Italy.

Wednesday, March 17 

Sparta Praha vs Paris Saint-Germain at 9:30 a.m. ET

Division 1 Feminine leaders Paris Saint-Germain decimated the Czech Republic's side Sparta Praha 5-0 in Paris on Tuesday. Forward Marie-Antoinette Katoto led the French side, scoring the opening two goals in the first half. Brazil's Luana, Canada's Ashley Lawrence and Switzerland's Ramona Bachmann each scored a goal to pretty much secure PSG a spot in the quarterfinals.

Sparta Praha will host PSG at Letni Stadion Chomutov in Chomutov, Czech Republic.

Broadcast information for UEFA Women's Champions League round of 16 second legs

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