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Ryazan - OL : A big win and a record for Ada Hegerberg in the UWCL (0-9)

Published on 12 September 2019 at 11:34 AM
 Ryazan - OL : un score fleuve et un record pour Ada Hegerberg en UWCL (0-9)
Lyon's women's side started their European campaign perfectly this Wednesday, crushing Ryazan (0-9) in the round of 32 of the Women's Champions League. Get the match, goals and reactions on OL Play.

 FULL TIME DETAILS .

12 '. Penalty WON by OL. Marozsan converts it. 0-1.
27 ' Majri hits the bar, Hegerberg follows the rebound and pushes the ball into the net. 0-2.
32 ' Marozsan's cross for Renard's header. 0-3.
37 ' Marozsan finds this time Henry, who deflects the ball into the Russian net. 0-4.
39 ' Hegerberg earns double by turning home a cross from Bronze. 0-5.
69 ' Triple for Hegerberg, who converts a penalty she had earned. 0-6.
77 ' Marozsan turns an opponent and picks out Renard at the back post, who scores a header. 0-7.
79 ' It's Majri's turn to turn convert a penalty kick, scoring into the top corner. 0-8.
90  Shot from Cascarino saved by Shirokova, Renard takes the rebound and scores. 0-9.

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 MATCH SUMMARY.

After a big match in Reims, won (3-8), Lyon are already back in the knockout stages of the Women's Champions League. For his first meeting on the bench of OL in this competition, Jean-Luc Vasseur faces a rough team from Ryazan. The technical difference is undeniable and the match is moving quickly towards a battle between defense and attack. Less than ten minutes have passed and already waves of Lyon pressure are starting to tell. The many attacks are quickly rewarded with the award of a penalty and Dzsenifer Marozsan opens the scoring within the first quarter of an hour of play. Well placed through their high pressure, OL forces the Russians to clear the ball with their first touch, and allows almost instantaneous recovery.

Despite a big lead at half-time (0-5) and total mastery of the match, the opposition lacks realism as they continue to attack. While Janice Cayman, playing on the wrong foot, has a hard time being dangerous, Lucy Bronze is very involved on her side and does not hesitate to impose herself. The English right back delivers several fine crosses that on occasion become assists. Completely absent in attack Ryazan is punished. At the end of the first half, the score could have been even heavier than it already is, but Shirokova made two very beautiful saves.

 

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After the break, the Russians come back with more attack intent and a change. They are able to have more possession, without ever being threatening.

Faced with the busy schedule that awaits him, Jean-Luc Vasseur makes tactical changes with the entry into play of Delphine Cascarino. The French international is positioned on the left side. Amel Majri, meanwhile, down and takes the place of Amandine Henry in midfield.

Later, after a nice move, Ada Hegerberg earns a penalty on a dangerous tackle from the goalkeeper. The Norwegian converts herself the spot kick she caused by firing into the left corner. The first Women's Golden Ball joins Camille Abily with 43 goals for OL in the Women's Champions League and became the third-leading scorer in the competition. The end of the match is much of the  in the same with constant domination. In front of a rough team, the Lyonnaises showed their competitive grit and respected their opponents by playing their best football. Despite a pitch in poor condition, the players made their technical quality speak for itself.

 


 THE REACTIONS .

Jean-Luc Vasseur, OL manager :

"We are preparing for all matches in the same way. We have been very professional. We based this game on team play and it was very well executed with the girls playing seriously and invested while respecting the roles within the system. The seriousness of the girls allowed us to rotate the squad. Every match is important, we are planning for the next match and the return leg. "

Ada Hegerberg, scorer of a hat trick:

"It's a good feeling for everyone. We missed playing in the Women's Champions League and scoring goals. I'm happy to have started the competition. I'm expecting a great season. It's a lot of fun and that's why we play. I work hard to prepare and then I enjoy. We are ready to attack the next matches. There are many upcoming tests. Being at the same number of goals as a legend like Camille Abily is very good. It motivates me to keep going even further. I am a competitor and it feels good personally and for the team. "


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 MATCH DETAILS.

At CSK YSC Stadium in Ryazan.

 

 

Women's Champions League (Round of 32) : Ryazan – OL 0-9 (0-5).

 

Referee: Elvira Nurmustafina. Attendance : 2000.

 

 

Goals : Marozsan (pen 12'), Hegerberg (27', 39' and pen 69'), Renard (32', 77' and 90'), Henry (37') and Majri (pen 79') for OL.

 

Cautions : Eremeeva (11'), Lazarevic (37') and Turieva (90+2') for Ryazan.

 

Sent off: none.

 

 

Ryazan : Shirokova - Kipyatkova (Osipova, 46'), Mollayeva, Mashkova, Eremeeva - Sinyatina (cap.) - Lazarevic, Turieva, Perepechina (Fetisova, 87'), Chichkala (Zavadkina, 80') - Vukovic. Manager : Konstantin Klimashin.

 

 

OL : Bouhaddi – Bronze (Buchanan, 63'), Renard (cap.), Mbock, Cayman - Henry (Cascarino, 58') ,Kumagai, Marozsan - Parris, Hegerberg (Silva, 74'), Majri. Manager : Jean-Luc Vasseur.

 

 

 

 

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