The semi-finals for the UEFA Women’s Champions League are officially set as Lyon takes on PSG, while Barcelona faces Wolfsburg.
Reigning champions, FC Barcelona, came from behind against rivals Real Madrid in front of a women’s football world record attendance to book their place in the last four.
They will take on German giants Wolfsburg in the semi-finals.
Wolfsburg welcomed Arsenal in the second leg of their quarter-final tie on Thursday 31 March, after drawing the return leg 1-1.
Elsewhere, Lyon completed the comeback against Juventus to avoid a second consecutive quarter-final knockout. Goals from Ada Hegerberg, Melvine Malard, and Catarina Macario put the French club in cruise control going into the closing stages of the game.
But a late goal from Andrea Staskova almost halted their progression, with the game ultimately ending 4-3 on aggregate. Their win sees them set up a Le Classique against their French rivals Paris Saint-Germain.
PSG won the first-leg over German side Bayern Munich 2-1 thanks to a Marie-Antoinette Katoto brace.
A late goal from Klara Buhl, however, meant all hope was not yet lost for Bayern.
Despite the Parisian side taking the lead early on in the second leg through Sandy Baltimore, it was all but plain sailing.
With no further goals in the 90, the game went to extra time.
Eight minutes from penalties, PSG’s Ramona Bachmann fired for the home side, sending them through to the semi-finals.
The first leg of the semis will unfold on April 23, before the game deciders on April 30 to determine the 2022 finalists.