Barcelona. Lyon, Arsenal, Wolfsburg win, City held

Barcelona followed Lyon, Arsenal, Wolfsburg, Bayern, Paris and Glasgow in winning but Atlético held Manchester City.

Barcelona won Thursday's sole first leg
Barcelona won Thursday's sole first leg ©Getty Images

First legs

16 October
BIIK-Kazygurt 0-5 Bayern München
Wolfsburg 6-0 Twente
Brøndby 0-2 Glasgow City
Slavia Praha 2-5 Arsenal
Fortuna Hjørring 0-4 Lyon
Manchester City 1-1 Atlético Madrid
Breidablik 0-4 Paris Saint-Germain

Wolfsburg celebrate the first of their six goals
Wolfsburg celebrate the first of their six goals©Getty Images

17 October
Barcelona 5-0 FC Minsk

  • Lyon became the first to 100 games in the competition and in that win Ada Hegerberg scored twice to equal Anja Mittag's record of 51 goals (taking the Norwegian only 49 games).
  • Vivianne Miedema scored four goals in Arsenal's win.
  • Atlético produced a late equaliser to make it 1-1 against City just like in their first leg last season before winning the round of 32 return 2-0, though then the opening game was in Madrid.
  • Formiga's goal for Paris ensured she beat her own record as the oldest-ever scorer in the competition, aged 41 years and 227 days.

Second legs

30 October
FC Minsk v Barcelona  
Lyon v Fortuna Hjørring
Bayern München v BIIK-Kazygurt
Twente v Wolfsburg 
Atlético Madrid v Manchester City 

Charlyn Corral (right) celebrates her Atlético equaliser with ex-City player Toni Duggan
Charlyn Corral (right) celebrates her Atlético equaliser with ex-City player Toni Duggan©Getty Images

31 October
Paris Saint-Germain v Breidablik 
Glasgow City v Brøndby 
Arsenal v Slavia Praha

Key facts

  • Lyon have been in this round in all 11 seasons since its introduction, as they target a record seventh title and fifth in a row.
  • Wolfsburg and Arsenal are the other former winners involved, while Barcelona, Paris and Fortuna are past finalists.
  • Minsk are the first Belarusian side to compete in this round; they lost to Barcelona in the 2016/17 last 32.
  • Atlético knocked out City in the round of 32 last season, the first time the English club had failed to make the semi-finals in three entries.
  • Along with Minsk, Twente, Breidablik and BIIK-Kazygurt began in the qualifying round: four teams is the most since 2010/11, the last year that all national runners-up including from the top nations started in qualifying.
  • In a switch from the draw, Brøndby, Fortuna and Breidablik were at home in the first leg.

Road to Vienna

Quarter-final & semi-final draw: 8 November 2019, Nyon
Quarter-finals: 24/25 March & 1/2 April 2020
Semi-finals: 25/26 April & 2/3 May 2020
Final (Viola Park, Vienna): 24 May 2020