Ballon d’Or Champions Strike Goal to Secure Barcelona’s Champions League Victory Over Lyon with a 2-0 Win

Barcelona secured an impressive quadruple, winning their third Women’s Champions League title by defeating Lyon 2-0 in Bilbao.

Aitana Bonmati and Alexia Putellas, recipients of the Ballon d’Or, shined for Barcelona.

Bonmati scored the opening goal in the 63rd minute before Putellas sealed the victory with a brilliant left-footed strike.

Barcelona made history by beating Lyon for the first time and becoming the fourth side to win four trophies in a single season.

Both Lyon and Barcelona had a prolific goal-scoring record entering the final, but the match remained tight until Barcelona’s Caroline Graham Hansen enlivened proceedings.

Bonmati capitalized on a swift move to break the deadlock, and despite Lyon’s efforts, Barcelona held firm to secure the win.

Barcelona’s defense, led by goalkeeper Catalina Coll, thwarted Lyon’s attacking threats, culminating in Putellas’ stunning strike.

Barcelona’s success is unprecedented, marking a dominant season both domestically and in Europe.

Sonia Bompastor, Lyon’s manager, is set to depart for Chelsea after achieving remarkable success with the French side.

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