Lyon brushed aside Barcelona to secure their fourth successive Women’s Champions League title on Saturday.
— OL Féminin (@OLfeminin) May 18, 2019
OL were seen as favourites heading into the tie, but Barça were worthy opponents after beating Bayern Munich in the semi-final.
However, their resistance lasted just ten minutes after Budapest-born Dzsenifer Marozsán opened the scoring.
Then it turned into the Ada Hegerberg show.
She doubled the lead on 14 minutes, firing home another simple tap-in before bagging her brace five minutes later.
Hegerberg secured her hat-trick shortly after, becoming the second player to score a first half treble since Ferenc Puskas in 1962.
Barcelona had second half chances through Toni Duggan and Lieke Martens, before Asisat Oshoala netted a consolation late on.
That’s now six titles in nine years for Lyon, whose European dominance shows no sign of wavering.