Barcelona, Arsenal, Wolfsburg and Chelsea – those are the final clubs remaining as we prepare for the Women's Champions League semi-finals.
This week's action climaxed on Thursday evening with one of the competition's most dramatic games in its history, Chelsea scoring a 128th-minute penalty to take their tie with reigning champions Lyon to a shootout. It was there that they knocked out the eight-time winners.
Before that all unfolded at Stamford Bridge, Barca had already convincingly beaten Roma to reach the last four, Arsenal overcame a first-leg deficit against Bayern Munich to progress and Wolfsburg narrowly won a close tie with Paris Saint-Germain.
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Before we can look ahead to the next round, though, there is time to reflect on a crazy end to the quarter-finals. GOAL highlights the winners and losers from the last eight...