Barcelona beat Real Madrid 5-2 on Wednesday in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals and set a new world attendance record for women’s football matches: 91,533 spectators watched the Spanish derby at Camp No.
After the 3-1 triumph in the first leg in Madrid, the blaugrana confirm their superiority over meringues. The match reached half-time in a 1-1 draw – María León opened the scoring for Barça at 8′ and Olga Carmona, from the penalty spot, equalized at 16′ – but the second half was devastating for the home team. .
Claudia Zornoza once again gave hope to Real Madrid by returning the score at 48′, but Aitana Bonmati equalized at 52′ and, from 2-2, in a quarter of an hour, Barcelona got around the opponent by scoring three more goals: Claudia Pina (55′), Alexia Putellas (62′) and Caroline Hansen (70′).
— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona_cat) March 30, 2022