Reigning champions Lyon won 3-1 at Brondby on Wednesday to cruise into the quarterfinals of the Women’s Champions League.
In other early games on Wednesday, Chelsea drew 1-1 away to Atletico Madrid in Italy to advance and Wolfsburg won 2-0 away to go through against ISK of Norway in a game played in Hungary. In Denmark, Lyon, leading 2-0 from the first leg, had an early shock.
Nanna Christiansen gave the home team an 11th minute lead, but English striker Nikita Parris replied after 32 minutes and Melvine Malard put the visitors ahead in the match 10 minutes later.
Veteran France centre-half Wendie Renard converted a 50th minute penalty so seal a 5-1 aggregate victory.
Chelsea, who led 2-0 from the first leg, played Atletico in Monza because Covid-19 restrictions prevented the reigning English champions travelling to Madrid.
The match pivoted on a pair of penalty kicks two minutes apart in the second half.—AP