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Live Reporting

Tom Garry

All times stated are UK

  1. FT: Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    An encouraging fight back from Chelsea in Lyon means the Blues have hope of reaching the Women's Champions League final in Budapest on 18 May.

    A 1-0 win or better at Kingsmeadow next Sunday would be enough to send Emma Hayes' side through to their first European final.

    I hope you can join us again for that. Until then, good bye!

  2. Result in the Women's Super League

    FT: West Ham 1-2 Birmingham City

    Earlier this afternoon, Birmingham City hit back to win away at 10-player West Ham in the WSL.

    You can read our match report on that game here.

  3. Elsewhere in the Women's Champions League

    HT: Bayern Munich 0-0 Barcelona

    Meanwhile, in the other semi-final, it's half-time in the first leg between Bayern Munich and Barcelona and it's goalless.

  4. FT: Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Erin Cuthbert's second-half half-volley has given Chelsea hope for next Sunday's second leg, after a more dominant first half from the holders.


    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    The whistle goes for a push in the box and that Lyon corner comes to nothing.

    The first leg of this semi-final ends and Chelsea will take an away goal back to Kingsmeadow.

  6. Post update

    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Lyon have forced a corner and it'll surely be this game's final act.

  7. SUBSTITUTION (Chelsea)

    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    South Korea's Ji So-Yun is replaced by Drew Spence in midfield for Chelsea, with the game almost over. There are around 80 seconds left.

  8. Post update

    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Pat Nevin

    Former Chelsea and Scotland winger on BBC Sport

    "The players must be exhausted, the effort they have put into the game has been incredible."

  9. Post update

    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea keeper Ann-Katrin Berger does well to punch away Griedge M'Bock Bathy's header, as three minutes of added time are signalled.

  10. Post update

    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Both sides are maybe starting to tire a little. It's been an intense first leg.

  11. Post update

    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Karen Carney

    There are just a few minutes of normal time remaining in this first leg and I wonder if some Chelsea fans would take this scoreline now, with a home leg to come.


    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Delphine Cascarino gets a rest after a cracking performance for the hosts, and on comes Amel Majri in midfield for Lyon.

  13. CLOSE!

    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Beth England shoots low and just wide for Chelsea, from inside the D.

    The visitors have looked good in the past 15 minutes or so.


    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Wales legend Jess Fishlock comes off, as versatile Japan star Saki Kumagai comes on.

  15. SUBSTITUTION (Chelsea)

    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Finland's Adelina Engman comes on for Chelsea, as Ramona Bachmann goes off.

  16. Post update

    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Erin Cuthbert tries to burst through the Lyon defence as she looks for a second, but Lucy Bronze gets a strong foot in to deny her.

  17. 'Fabulous goal' from Cuthbert

    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Pat Nevin

    Former Chelsea and Scotland winger on BBC Sport

    "The technical ability there - it bounced just in front of the goalkeeper, but that's a fabulous goal. We've got a game on."

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    Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Erin Cuthbert scores for Chelsea

    It really was a terrific effort from Chelsea's Erin Cuthbert.

    Moments later, Selma Bacha's powerful shot for the hosts from range is held by Ann-Katrin Berger.

  19. GOAL: Lyon 2-1 Chelsea

    Erin Cuthbert

    Fantastic goal! Chelsea substitute Beth England nods the ball down for Scotland's Erin Cuthbert, who sends a first-time, half-volley straight in to the bottom corner from outside the area.

    It's a quality strike and a massive moment in this semi-final. Chelsea have an away goal.

  20. Post update

    Lyon 2-0 Chelsea

    One of those 'Viking Thunderclaps' - made famous by Iceland fans at men's Euro 2016 - is roaring around the stadium as the home fans enjoy themselves, with their side in control of this tie.