On Tuesday, Wolfsburg will be favored when it faces Barcelona in the other semifinal in San Sebastian. It got four goals from Danish
forward Pernille Harder in a 9-1 win over semipro club Glasgow City.
Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich were the only teams left in the competition that finished their 2019-20 league seasons. Wolfsburg went unbeaten with 20 wins and two ties to capture iys fourth consecutive Frauen Bundesliga title.
Barcelona, the 2019 runner-up, returned to the semifinals for the third time in four years with a 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid thanks to a goal by Frenchwoman Kheira Hamraoui.
Yanks Abroad, UEFA Women's Champions League:
Krystyn Freda, Glasgow City, 90 minutes (1-9 vs. Wolfsburg)
Kyle Strom, Atletico Madrid, 90 minutes (0-1 vs. Barcelona)
Sharon Wojcik, Glasgow City, 77 minutes (1-9 vs. Wolfsburg)
Zaneta Wyne, Glasgow City, 90 minutes (1-9 vs. Wolfsburg)
DNP: Alana Cook (Paris SG).