Les Lyonnaises found themselves up against an excellent German side who showed great strength in the challenges and remained tactically well-organised throughout. OL couldn't find the right solutions. The winning penalty was a harsh decision. The elimination is a massive disappointment for the French side...
A Lyon, stade de Gerland ; 9949 spectateurs ; arbitre, Kateryna Monzul (Ukr). OL 1 Potsdam 2 (mi-temps : OL 1 Potsdam 1).
OL : Bouhaddi – Kumagai, Viguier (puis Tonazzi 74ème), Renardd (cap), Dickenmann – Necib, Henry – Le Sommer,, Abily (puis Bussaglia 64ème), Rapinoe (puis Thomis 46ème) - Schelin. Entr : Lair
POTSDAM : Berger – Kemme, Draws (cap), Mjelde – Wälti, Elsig, Simic, Bremer – Evans (puis Zietz 90ème) Hegerberg (puis Goransonn 86ème), Anonma (puis Nagasato 46ème). Entr : Schröder.
Buts: pour l'OL, Abily (11ème); pour Potsdam, Draws (32ème), Mjelde (72ème)..
Avertissements: pour Potsdam, Kemme (36ème), Anonma (41ème); pour l'OL, Rapinoe (40ème), Renard (92ème)
- 16 shots for OL including 5 on target. 2 chances for OL; 3 for Potsdam
- 10 Potsdam shots including 3 on target.
- 8 decisive saves from Bouhaddi.
- 5 corners for OL and 3 Potsdam
- 15 free-kicks for OL; 14 for Potsdam.
Eugénie Le Sommer (OL striker)
It's a massive disappointment. We had the quality to win this match... It's a shame... We had big ambitions for this competition... They were better than us physically.
Bernd Schröder (Potsdam coach)
"Sensational. To win here... not many teams have done that. We deserve to qualify. We played well both home and away."