Barca and Graham-Hansen win Women’s Champions League with epic comeback against Wolfsburg

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Norwegian, Caroline Graham-Hansen has done her job in Champions League, winning this amazing trophy against her former club Wolfsburg with Barcelona Feminino.

She was not on the scoresheet this time, but her assist on the first Barcelona goal really tells the story of someone who has a special edge to her play.

Wolfsburg took the lead early on from and also scored a second as they were 2-0 up at half time. Pajor and Popp scored the Wolsburg goals.

The in 2nd half it was all Barca, with Graham-Hansen doing the most in the 48th minute playing through Gutierrez who also scored the 2nd Barce goal just minutes after.

Rollo scored the winner in the 70th minute to see Barca again bringing home this precious trophy. They are allready winners of their domestic league and the Supercopa.

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They have set the standard of the women game as 72 262 was inside the gates watching as Barce defeated Chelsea in the semi’s. This is a game in heavy progression as Barca are waving the flag of women soccer, moving fast forward.

Caroline Graham-Hansen has been with Barcelona since 2019, moving from Wolfsburg and has since her arrival in Germany nine years ago been part of the professional game. She is a role model for young female footballers and with her 97 caps for Norway soon passing the 100 mark as she looks to continue to play for her country.

Norwegian football struggles to compete at international level but they do reach the map of individuals with Carloine Graham-Hansen and Ada Hederberg both being among the best players in the World.

Martin Ødegaard and Erling Braut Haaland are two men that also makes it exciting to look at what this nation can produce of football talent.






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