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36 Minutes Of Madness (And More)

Join Anna Harrington, Angela Christian-Wilkes, Marissa Lordanic, Sam Lewis and Kathleen McNamee as they dissect the Women's Champions League final.

How Barcelona dominated its way to Champions League glory (1:33)
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Can Chelsea stop Barcelona to lift the Champions League title? (1:59)
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Chelsea cruise past Bayern to make UWCL final

Pernille Harder's brilliant glancing header and a late Fran Kirby goal gave Chelsea a 4-1 win over Bayern Munich on Sunday.

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Martens double sends Barca into UWCL final

A brace from Lieke Martens sent Barcelona into the Champions League final as they beat Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 at the Johan Cruyff stadium.

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Chelsea suffer UWCL semi defeat to Bayern

Bayern Munich's Hanna Glas tormented Chelsea on Sunday with an assist and a goal as the Frauen Bundesliga leaders beat them 2-1.

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USWNT's Cook nabs draw for PSG vs. Barca

United States women's national team defender Alana Cook cancelled out Jenni Hermoso's opener as Paris Saint-German and Barcelona drew 1-1.

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Mewis scores but Man City exit UWCL to Barca

Barcelona advanced to the last four of the women's Champions League with a 4-2 aggregate victory over Manchester City.

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Chelsea cruise into women's Champions League semis

Pernille Harder scored against her former club for the second time in a week as Chelsea beat Wolfsburg 3-0 to complete a 5-1 aggregate victory.

Kerr loves her telepathic connection with 'underrated' Kirby (0:52)
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Houghton out for Man City's WCL visit to Barca

Manchester City will be without captain Steph Houghton for their Women's Champions League quarterfinal, first leg away to Barcelona on Wednesday.