Lyon set up Paris tie on night of last 32 drama

Olympique Lyonnais are through to face Paris Saint-Germain and FC Rosengård set up a meeting with Fortuna Hjørring as a record three last-32 ties went to extra time.

Gintra Universitetas taking the lead against Sparta Praha
Gintra Universitetas taking the lead against Sparta Praha ©Pavel Jiřík

Olympique Lyonnais are through to face Paris Saint-Germain and FC Rosengård set up a meeting with Fortuna Hjørring as ten UEFA Women's Champions League round of 32 ties were completed on Wednesday night.

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•  A four-and-a-half-year wait for a shoot-out in this competition was ended in a shock win for Gintra Universitetas.

• Three ties in all went to extra time, equalling the record for an entire season, including Glasgow City FC overturning a 2-0 first-leg deficit to oust KKPK Medyk Konin. All previous round of 32 ties had been settled in regulation.

• Other teams through include last season's quarter-finalists FC Barcelona, ASD Torres Calcio and SV Neulengbach.

UEFA.com's reporting team round up the action; the other six second legs are on Thursday.

FULL RESULTS/FIXTURES

Olympique Lyonnais 9-0 ACF Brescia (agg: 14-0)
• Two-time winners Lyon showed their ambition to equal 1. FFC Frankfurt's feat of three as they blew away the Italian debutants at Stade de Gerland. Eugénie Le Sommer took her tally of goals in the tie to five with a hat-trick and Camille Abilly also managed a treble.

Paris Saint-Germain 1-0 FC Twente (agg: 3-1)
• Paris confirmed a last-16 showdown with their French rivals after substitute Lindsey Horan capped a dominant performance for the home side with an 83rd-minute goal. The American forward squeezed a shot in off a post just as it looked as if Paris would never find the net, Kosovare Asllani heading against the woodwork and having an effort cleared off the line by Larissa Wigger in the first half.

FC Rosengård 2-0 Ryazan-VDV (agg: 5-1)
• Anja Mittag was outstanding for Swedish champions Rosengård, who could have scored more than the Germany forward's two goals in the first 45 minutes. In the second half the Russian visitors restored some pride but were not able to reduce arrears. Mittag is now only four goals off former 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam club-mate Conny Pohlers's competition record career tally of 48.

Fortuna Hjørring 6-0 Clube Atlético Ouriense (agg: 9-0)
• The 2003 runners-up will face Rosengård after a comfortable evening in Frederikshavn. Camilla Larsen struck twice in the first half-hour and Nadia Nadim added two more in the second period to end the campaign of the first Portuguese team to make the knockout phase.

Glasgow City FC 3-0 KKPK Medyk Konin (agg: 3-2aet)
• Glasgow overturned a two-goal first-leg deficit against the Polish debutants. Having been crowned Scottish champions for an eighth consecutive season, City went into the game full of confidence but they had to wait until the 59th minute before Joanne Love put them back in contention with a drilled shot into the bottom corner from just outside the box. With 13 minutes remaining substitute Susan Fairlie levelled the tie with a composed finish before Denise O'Sullivan completed the comeback in the fourth minute of extra time, prodding in from close range.

FC Zürich 2-0 ŽNK Osijek (agg: 7-2)
• Goals on 59 and 65 minutes by Fabienne Humm ensured Zürich set up a tie with fellow qualifying round survivors Glasgow/Medyk. Humm had previously scored twice in Croatia last week to make the return a formality.

FC Barcelona 3-0 SK Slavia Praha (agg: 4-0)
• Barcelona's early dominance paid off after 20 minutes when Alexia Putellas took advantage of panic in the area created by Melanie Serrano's through ball to shoot into an empty net; Sonia Bermúdez made it two seven minutes later. Slavia made a bright start to the second half but Ana Romero combined with fellow substitute Jenni Hermoso within seconds of coming on to deliver the final blow.

AC Sparta Praha 1-1 Gintra Universitetas (agg: 2-2aet, 4-5pens)
• Lithuania's Gintra, through from the qualifying round at the 11th attempt, won only the fifth penalty shoot-out in this competition and the first since the 2010 final as Prague's other representatives departed. Gintra led through Rasa Imanalijeva but Petra Bertholdová levelled in a 90 minutes which Sparta dominated but found visiting goalkeeper Ina Budestean in superb form, saving one-on-ones from Tereza Krejčiříková and Eva Bartoňová while Michaela Čulová hit the crossbar with a header.

Sparta, who were again frustrated in extra tine, led the shoot-out 4-3 with one kick each to go 17-year old Karolína Křivská saw her penalty saved by Budestean, who herself scored to force sudden death. Krejčiříková missed and Imanalijeva clinched victory for Gintra.

SV Neulengbach 2-2 MTK Hungária FC  (agg: 4-3aet)
• A 120th-minute penalty from Jana Vojteková prevented a sixth-ever tournament shoot-out on a dramatic night in Austria. Claduia Wasser's long-range effort just before the hour seemed to have settled matters and Nina Burger hit a post for Neulengbach. But with two minutes left Lillla Nagy shot into the top corner and in added time substitute Katalin Fogl scambled the ball in to force extra time, which was settled at the death when Burger was fouled in the box and Vojteková converted.

ASD Torres Calcio 3-1 ŽNK Pomurje (agg: 7-3)
• There was some Italian cheer after Brescia's decisive exit but the Slovenian visitors took a surprise lead on the night in the 56th minute when Pomurje's most dangerous outlet Mateja Zver picked up a long ball and raced towards goal, holding off her marker before sweeping past Mimma Fazio. From a corner Joana Flaviano equalised from close range before Elisabetta Tona put the hosts in front after Sabrina Marchese's shot was fumbled by Sara Nemet. Giulia Domenichetti completed the scoring late on.

Reporters: Sebastien Blanchard, Chris Burke, Ulf Nilsson, Alex O'Henley, Richard Martin, Ondřej Zlámal, Ernst Schneider & Ben Gladwell

Thursday's ties: how they stand (KO CET)
WFC Zvezda-2005 5-2 Stjarnan (15.00)
1. FFC Frankfurt 2-2 FC BIIK-Kazygurt (15.00)
VfL Wolfsburg 1-0 Stabæk FK (17.00)
Brøndby IF 0-1 Apollon LFC (18.30)
Linköpings FC 1-2 Liverpool LFC (19.00)
Bristol Academy WFC 4-0 Raheny United (20.30)

Revised round of 16 draw (8/9 & 12/13 November)
Zürich v Glasgow
Rosengård v Fortuna
Paris v Lyon
Stabæk/Wolfsburg v Neulengbach
Liverpool/Linköping v Stjarnan/Zvezda-2005
Barcelona v Raheny/Bristol
BIIK/Frankfurt v Torres
Apollon/Brøndby v Gintra

Tournament calendar
Quarter-final & Semi-final draw: 19 November
Quarter-finals: 21/22 & 28/29 March
Semi-finals: 18/19 & 25/26 April
Final (Berlin): 14 May

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