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Barca Defeat Chelsea In the Semi's

Chelsea have a mountain to move in their Ladies' Heroes Association semi-last tie against Barcelona subsequent to slipping to a level first-leg rout on home soil on Saturday noon. A solid horde of 27,697 an English record for an European game - were at Stamford Scaffold for a heavyweight conflict,however were quieted by a hair-raising fourth-minute strike from Norwegian forward Caroline Hansen Graham.

Emma Hayes' hosts at first revitalized well subsequent to falling behind right on time, with Guro Reiten seeing a work precluded for offside and furthermore having a shot tidied up the line by Lucy Bronze, who later limped off with a knee injury in the most recent pre-World Cup injury worry for Britain and Sarina Wiegman. Substitute Marta Torrejon hit the post with a header late on, however Barca couldn't track down a second objective regardless of all their predominance after the stretch.

In any case, they will in any case be tremendous top choices to advance one week from now and arrive at their third successive European last in Eindhoven on June 3.

A frantically level last part from the Blues leaves them confronting an overwhelming undertaking at the Camp Nou on Thursday night.

Predominant Barca appear to be solidly on target for their third progressive Heroes Association last debut thanks to Caroline Graham Hansen's splendid early strike.

93 mins: Oshoala compromises late for Barca however she can't track down the completion.

This will end 1-0 to the guests.

90 mins: FOUR minutes of added time motioned at the Scaffold.

Chelsea have not compromised at all in this last part.

They've been truly disheartening and have a genuine battle on their hands at the Camp Nou on Thursday, bar an improbable hazardous completion here. The two sides assault to one another however Chelsea couldn't arrive at in the finals.

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