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Rapinoe scores in another Lyon win
March 28th, 2013 6:44PM
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[UEFA WOMEN'S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Megan Rapinoe scored her first UEFA Women's Champions League goal in two-time defending champion Lyon's 3-0 win at Malmo that gave the French club an 8-0 win on aggregate. It moves into the semifinals for an all-French clash with Juvisy.

Rapinoe scored in the 53rd minute on a nice shot that replays showed may not have crossed the line.

Swede Lotta Schelin and French international Wendy Renard also scored for Lyon, which will face Juvisy April 13 and 20 in the semifinals.

Wolfsburg of Germany also advanced thanks to a 2-0 win at Russia's FC Rossiyanka for a 4-1 aggregate advantage that sends it into the semifinals in its first year in the competition against Arsenal Ladies.

American Kristen Edmonds started for FC Rossiyanka.



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