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LSK beat Paris, Barcelona, City, Eskilstuna win

LSK Kvinner turned the tables on 2015 finalists Paris in Lillestrom, Barcelona took control of their tie in Minsk and Manchester City and Eskilstuna secured debut wins.

Barcelona celebrate scoring at Minsk
Barcelona celebrate scoring at Minsk ©Pressball

LSK Kvinner 3-1 Paris Saint-Germain
Irene Paredes headed the 2015 finalists in front in the first half, but the Lillestrom side turned things around after Emilie Haavi replied on 67 minutes. Lene Mykjåland finished following a team move, and Ingrid Marie Spord headed LSK's third from a free-kick.

Manchester City 2-0 Zvezda-2005
The English champions' continental debut went to plan after Jill Scott tucked away their opening goal in the first half. Scott hit the post later, but City got their second in the last few seconds, Lucy Bronze finishing from the edge of the box.

Eskilstuna United 1-0 Glasgow City
A crowd of 3,987 witnessed Eskilstuna's UEFA Women's Champions League debut, with Mimmi Larsson scoring their first European goal on 52 minutes, meeting Ingrid Schjelderup's ball with a header in from close range.

Minsk 0-3 Barcelona
Jennifer Hermoso scored early and again in added time to aid last season's quarter-finalists to victory in Belarus. Marta Torrejón made the first before getting the second herself in front of more than 2,000 fans in Minsk.

Reporters: Johann Sjøburg, Selene Scarsi, Robert Johansson & Denis Orlov

Athletic attracted a round of 32 record crowd against Fortuna
Athletic attracted a round of 32 record crowd against Fortuna©Iñigo Marín

Wednesday's results
Chelsea 0-3 Wolfsburg
Avaldsnes 2-5 Lyon
Hibernian 0-6 Bayern München
Breidablik 0-1 Rosengård
Athletic Club 2-1 Fortuna Hjørring
Twente 2-0 Sparta Praha
Apollon 1-1 Slavia Praha
Sturm Graz 0-6 Zürich
SFK 2000 Sarajevo 0-0 Rossiyanka
Medyk Konin 4-3 Brescia
BIIK-Kazygurt 3-1 Verona
St. Pölten 0-2 Brøndby