Paris Saint-Germain clinched its place in the UEFA Women’s Champions League semifinals. Ramona Bachmann pulled PSG level with Bayern Munich in the 112th minute to put the club up 4-3 on aggregate in the quarterfinal.
Wednesday’s 2-2 draw with Bayern was enough for PSG to advance after securing a 2-1 win in the teams’ first-leg matchup.
Bachmann received a lofted cross into the box before trapping the ball and turning on her defender to fire the shot past Bayern’s keeper with 10 minutes left to play.
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PSG played in front of a club record 27,262 as the home side battled against a beleaguered Bayern team that only listed four substitutes due to a series of positive COVID-19 tests throughout the squad.
The Champions League quarterfinals continue Thursday, with Arsenal taking on Wolfsburg after an opening leg 1-1 draw. Juventus and Lyon will also face-off, with Lyon needing a dominant performance after falling to Juventus 2-1 in the first leg.
Thursday’s winners will join Barcelona and PSG in the Champions League semifinals.