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UWCL : Key figures before OL's 100th match in Europe

Published on 16 October 2019 at 7:13 PM
UWCL : Les chiffres clés avant la 100ème européenne de l'OL
The key stats on the women's team of OL before their 100th European match, away to Fortuna Hjørring, Wednesday (19:00), in the Round of 16 of the Women's Champions League.

99 matches

Since its first participation in the 2007-2008 season, the women's team has played 99 matches, for an impressive record of 77 wins, 15 draws, and only 7 defeats. But also 373 goals scored against only 40 conceded. OL play their 100th European match Wednesday in Denmark, participating in the European Cup for the 13th consecutive season.

 

8 finals

In 12 participations, OL have reached the final eight times. The first was in 2009-2010, during their third European campaign. Lyon lost on penalties against the German side Turbin Potsdam, in Getafe. Another final  was lost in 2012-2013, against Wolfsburg (0-1).

 

6 titles

The trophy brought back from Budapest last May, after the overwhelming victory against FC Barcelona (4-1), is the sixth in the club's history. OL won their first title in 2011 against Potsdam (2-0), followed by successes in 2012, 2017, 2018, and 2019. Sarah Bouhaddi, Wendie Renard, and Eugénie Le Sommer are the 3 players to have won all 6 titles.

 

84 matches for Renard

The emblematic captain of OL, Wendie Renard is the player who has played the most European matches in the jersey of Lyon. She is ahead of Eugénie Le Sommer (70 matches), Camille Abily (67 games), Louisa Necib (66 games), and Elodie Thomis (64 games).

 

45 goals for Hegerberg with OL

With already a hat-trick and a double in the tie against the Russians of Ryazan, in the Round of 32, Ada Hegerberg increased her number of UWCL goals for Lyon to 45. She overtook Camille Abily (43 goals ) and is slightly ahead of teammate Eugénie Le Sommer (43 goals). Next behind them are Lotta Schelin (41 goals) and Louisa Necib (29 goals).


49 goals for Hegerberg in the UWCL

Scorer in the Women's Champions League before coming to OL with Stabaek and Potsdam, the Norwegian is now only 2 goals from the competition's goals record, held by Germany's Anja Mittag (51 goals).

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