Canadian duo part of shocking PSG win over Lyon in women's Champions League
Jordyn Huitema, Ashley Lawrence advance to semifinals against Barcelona
Paris Saint-Germain turned the tables on five-time defending champion Lyon, winning the return leg of their Champions League semifinal 2-1 on Sunday.
Seven-time champion Lyon was 31 games unbeaten in the competition. It entered the home leg 1-0 up from Paris and went further ahead with a goal from American striker Catarina Macario after just four minutes.
But PSG, which also handed Toronto's Kadeisha Buchanan and Lyon a rare defeat earlier this season in the French league, showed resilience to hit back through midfielder Grace Geyoro midway through the first half.
PSG's winner came from an own-goal in the 61st minute from central defender Wendie Renard, who scored a penalty for Lyon in Paris and has netted 116 goals from the back for the club since her debut in 2006.
Jordyn Huitema of Chilliwack, B.C., and Toronto's Ashley Lawrence, along with their PSG teammates, meet Barcelona in the semis. The final is scheduled for May 16 in Gothenburg, Sweden, against either Bayern Munich or Canadian midfield sensation Jessie Fleming and Chelsea.
Chelsea advanced by eliminating two-time champion Wolfsburg.
PSG is on track to reach two Champions League finals, with the men's side knocking out another defending champion in Bayern in the quarter-finals.
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With files from CBC Sports