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Thanks to Renard: Olympique Lyon meets Barça in the final

Thanks to the 3-2 success in the first leg, Lyon traveled to the Prinzenpark with a small lead, which was well filled and atmospheric on Saturday evening. PSG wanted to make the final with the audience in the back, but had to accept the next setback after 14 minutes: Hegerberg sank a header after a bacha flank precisely in the left corner.

Wendie Renard's Late Penalty Delivers Lyon A Dramatic Victory At Parc Des Princes ⏮

The hosts were now more challenged, but could hardly go through the penalty area. Anders Lyon, who was aware of mistakes and had the great chance of the preliminary decision after 25 minutes: Cascarino ran towards Votikova alone after a mistake from Ilestedt, but acted stubbornly and ultimately got stuck on the goalkeeper. With a cross pass, the Malard, which was passed, could have inserted into the empty goal.

Däbritz fails, Katoto compensates

As a result, there was hardly anything to see from Paris, Ol was only lucky that a mistake by Renard was not punished (38th). It was only after the restart that PSG shot dangerously on the box of Endler for the first time, but Diani only hit the outside of the angle (48.).

The Didier Ollé-Nicolle team now remained dominant, and Lyon pushed into his own half more and more. Finally it was Däbritz, the endler checked for the first time, but the goalkeeper parried her shot from 14 meters (54th). Four minutes later the Chilean was powerless, although she was on the spot in this scene first against Diani and then against Baltimore. Katoto ultimately pressed the last rebound over the line, which made the game exciting again.

As a result, however, Paris could only play out a big chance, Karchaoui failed free -standing to Endler (76.). Lyon did not allow anything anymore – and made everything clear by captain Renard: the defender headed a free kick flank from Bacha from five meters under the crossbar (83.). Nothing happened in the last few minutes, the finals from OL was perfect. The final against FC Barcelona will take place on May 21 (7 p.m.) in Turin.

Mass start: BÖ sovereign

The German biathlon men have not won a medal for the first time in the Olympic Winter Games for the first time. In the final mass start on Friday in Chinese Zhangjiakou, Benedikt Doll became a eighth of the best DSV ski hunter. The 31-year-old made six shooting mistakes and had 2: 31.4 minutes behind the new Olympic champion Johannes Thingnes Bö.

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The Norwegian won his fourth gold with these winter games and thus introduced the brand of his compatriot Ole Einar Björndalen from the playing 2002 in Salt Lake City. In the mountains northwest of Beijing, silver went to Martin Ponsiluoma from Sweden, which was 40.3 seconds back. Bronze picked Vetle Sjaastad Christiansen from Norway 1: 12.5 minutes behind the winner.

Johannes Kühn was 2: 38.3 minutes behind BÖ with five shots of thousand, Roman Rees became 14th and had after three penalties 2: 50.8 minutes behind. Philipp Nawrath came as 23. After seven shooting errors 3: 55.7 minutes to BÖ to the finish.

Until half the 15-kilometer race, Nawrath and Doll were still promising, fell decisively after three or two criminal trials in the first shooting shooting. With a big wind and minus 17 degrees, Doll and Nawrath met only one of the five slices at the last shoot and had four penalty trials.

Bathlets like in Vancouver without medal

This ends the Biathlon competitions for the DSV men as last 2010 in Vancouver and only for the second time without noble metal. Thanks to the women, there were a total of two medals for the German team. In the first single race Denise Herrmann Gold had brought over 15 kilometers, the women’s season laid with bronze. Four years ago in Pyeongchang there were still seven times noble metal. Highlights were twice gold for Laura Dahlmeier and once for Arnd Peiffer. Both have meanwhile resigned.

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