Lyon and Wolfsburg look set to replay the 2013 final after big first-leg wins; UEFA.com lists their records and the ones they might break on Sunday and Monday.
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- Sunday: 15.15CET, FFC Frankfurt (0-4) Wolfsburg – first-leg report
- Monday: 20.45CET, Paris Saint-Germain (0-7) Lyon – first-leg report
- Final: 18.00CET, 26 May, Stadio Città del Tricolore, Reggio Emilia
Records that went:
• Frankfurt's 4-0 loss at Wolfsburg equalled the biggest margin of defeat suffered by any reigning champion in this competition – FFC's own 4-0 victory at title-holding Turbine Potsdam in the first leg of the 2005/06 final.
• Lyon's 7-0 win matched the biggest margin of victory in any semi-final, set last season by Frankfurt against Brøndby.
• Lyon's win was also the biggest in any of the one-nation fixtures in this competition's history.
• The 7-0 loss for 2014/15 runners-up Paris represents the biggest margin of defeat suffered by any team that has previously reached the final of this competition.
• The crowd of 22,050 at Stade de Lyon was the highest for a European club game other than a final (fourth overall) as well as a French women's record.
• Lyon's Camille Abily became the first player to register 50 victories in UEFA women's club competition.
• Lotta Schelin got her 40th European goal for Lyon, equalling the competition record for one club established by Neulengbach's Nina Burger. She also overtook Hanna Ljungberg as the most prolific Swedish player in UEFA women's club matches.
• Lyon's Ada Hegerberg scored twice against Paris, the sixth time she has hit two in seven European appearances this season; no player has ever managed multiple goals in as many games in a single campaign.
• Lyon's third goal against Paris made them the first club to amass 250 in this competition (their tally is 254 from 68 fixtures, with only 26 conceded).
Records that could go:
• Hegerberg is two goals away from equalling the competition record of 14 in a season, currently shared by Conny Pohlers (Turbine Potsdam, 2004/05), Margrét Lára Vidarsdóttir (Valur Reykjavík, 2008/09) and Célia Šašić (FFC Frankfurt, 2014/15).
• A goal for Anja Mittag of Paris would make her the first player to register 50 in UEFA women's club competition. A Schelin strike for OL, meanwhile, would take her ahead of Burger in the single-club goal stakes.
• If Abily does not play, Lyon team-mate Louisa Necib could equal her record of 50 competition victories.
• A Frankfurt win would be the first defeat suffered by Wolfsburg in their 16 European away games (they have also won both matches on neutral grounds).
• Assuming the final is between Lyon and Wolfsburg, one of those will become just the second three-time winners and the only club to claim a trio of victories in the UEFA Women's Champions League (Frankfurt lifted the UEFA Women's Cup in 2001/02, 2005/06 and 2007/08 and the successor UEFA Women's Champions League in 20014/15). Lyon's four UEFA Women's Champions League finals (in the first four seasons after the 2009/10 relaunch) is already two clear of anyone else.