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Live Reporting

Phil Cartwright

All times stated are UK

  1. Chelsea reach Champions League semi-finals

    FT: PSG 2-1 Chelsea (2-3 agg)

    What a night for Chelsea - for so long, it appeared they would succumb to a PSG onslaught in the French capital.

    However, up popped Maren Mjelde in stoppage time to send the Blues through to the Women's Champions League semi-finals.

    We're back with more women's football on Sunday, when the WSL returns with a full fixture programme. Hope you can join us then!

  2. Lyon next up for Chelsea

    FT: PSG 2-1 Chelsea (2-3 agg)

    Chelsea have never reached a Women's Champions League final before, and it won't be easy for them to do so this year.

    Lyon are a team packed full of international stars - England's Lucy Bronze and Izzy Christiansen among them - and will be strong favourites to make it through to another final.

  3. Chelsea through to semi-finals

    FT: PSG 2-1 Chelsea (2-3 agg)

    Smiles on Chelsea faces and hugs all round. Manager Emma Hayes punched the air as the full-time whistle blew.

    It was by no means vintage Chelsea, but they've just about done enough to get through.

  4. FULL-TIME: PSG 2-1 Chelsea (2-3 agg)

    Chelsea reach Champions League semi-finals

    Chelsea celebrate


    Chelsea have been second-best for long periods in this match, but they've snatched an away goal in stoppage time and are into the last four of the Champions League for the second year in a row.

    Maren Mjelde is Chelsea's hero in Paris.

    The holders Lyon await in the semi-finals.

  5. GOAL: PSG 2-1 Chelsea (2-3 agg)

    Maren Mjelde

    Chelsea must be heading through to the semi-finals! A crucial away goal!

    Maren Mjelde races onto Karen Carney's cross at the back post and pokes it into the corner.

    They still trail on the night, but PSG need to score two to go through now.

  6. Post update

    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    If we don't get a goal in the upcoming four minutes of injury time, we'll need another 30 minutes to decide this Champions League quarter-final.

  7. Post update

    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    Paris St Germain's Marie-Antoinette Katoto clashes with Chelsea"s Jessica Carter

    Out of nothing, Chelsea force a three-on-three but the opportunity is wasted.

    PSG reply with an attack of their own. It's getting more stretched by the second, this game.

  8. Post update

    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    PSG are starting to crank up the pressure again as we enter the final five minutes of normal time.

    Again, Chelsea goalkeeper Ann-Katrin Berger struggles to claim a corner - fortunately for her, the referee blows up for a free-kick.

    Berger's own goal looks like it will be taking this tie to extra-time.

  9. Post update

    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    Millie Bright is almost punished for a missed header, but the Chelsea defender recovers well to make a challenge and force a PSG corner.

    Chelsea hack it to safety.

  10. Post update

    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    Chelsea get another corner which causes a few more problems for the PSG backline, but once again they can't force a save from the goalkeeper.

    They simply haven't created enough when they've had the ball.

    Dejected Chelsea players

    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    Sophie Ingle lunges into a challenge on Grace Geyoro midway inside her own half and the Chelsea midfielder is booked.


    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    Chelsea make their third change - Hannah Blundell comes off and Jessica Carter replaces her.

    Fran Kirby gets a rare sight of goal but sends a tame effort wide of the post from the edge of the PSG box.

  13. Post update

    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    Chelsea get into PSG territory for the first time in a long while and win a corner.

    Karen Carney delivers from the right... it's cleared away and Millie Bright tries her luck from long range. Not a great attempt from the England defender.

  14. Post update

    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    Just under 20 minutes left.

  15. Post update

    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    PSG's Wang Shuang goes close again from 18 yards, but her left-footed curler sails just wide.

  16. Post update

    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    PSG players celebrate goal

    If it stays like this until full-time, we'll go to extra-time and possibly penalties.

    PSG will be hoping to get it wrapped up before then, given the dominance they've shown since half-time.

  17. Post update

    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    Goodness me, Chelsea are living dangerously.

    Captain Karen Carney tries to dribble out of trouble on the edge of her own box but is dispossessed and only a poor touch from PSG's Wang Shuang allows the visitors to escape.


    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    Chelsea manager Emma Hayes turns to her bench and brings on two England internationals to attempt to halt the PSG onslaught.

    Defender Millie Bright and forward Fran Kirby replace Beth England and Ramona Bachmann.

  19. Post update

    PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    PSG v Chelsea

    There looks like only one winner at the moment and it's the French side.

    PSG go close to taking the lead for the first time in the tie but Ann-Katrin Berger plunges down to her left to deny Marie-Antoinette Katoto.

  20. GOAL: PSG 2-0 Chelsea (2-2 agg)

    Ann-Katrin Berger own goal

    Oh no, that's an awful moment for Chelsea's goalkeeper Ann-Katrin Berger and the tie is level.

    A corner is floated into the six-yard box and, under no pressure at the far post, Berger spills the ball into her own net.