Arsenal moved closer to the Women’s Champions League quarter-finals after edging Juventus in north London, while Bayern Munich trumped Barcelona in impressive fashion.
The Women’s Super League outfit preserved their unbeaten record in Group C through Vivianne Miedema’s lone finish, to take a 1-0 win over the Italian giants and cement their hold on the pool.
Defeat for Joe Montemurro’s side means reigning champions Lyon have vaulted them into second place after another comfortably victory over Zurich.
Melvine Malard’s double was sandwiched by goals for Lindsey Horan and Delphine Cascarino in a 4-0 win, to inject further life into a campaign that saw them go winless over their first two matches.
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Last season’s beaten finalists Barca were meanwhile handed a first loss of the tournament, as Bayern claimed revenge for their prior loss with a 3-1 triumph.
Both sides now sit atop Group D with nine points, three ahead of third-placed Benfica, who kept pace with a 3-1 win of their own over Rosengard.