Lyon asserted their dominance by clinching the UEFA Women's Champions League title, as they defeated Wolfsburg 3-1 in the final on Sunday.
Notably, Lyon secured their fifth consecutive Women's Champions League title, having equaled a feat achieved by Real Madrid men's team (1956-1960).
Overall, this was the seventh title for Lyon in the European Championship.
Here are the records broken in the match.
Eugenie Le Sommer, who started in place of suspended Nikita Parris, opened the scoring for Lyon in the 25th minute.
As Wolfsburg continued to stumble, Saki Kumagai added another from the edge of the box, just before half-time to make it 2-0.
Although Wolfsburg's Alexandra Popp pulled one back in the second half, Sara Bjoerk Gunnarsdottir's final strike concluded the match.
Lyon won their seventh title and fifth in a row, which means among countries, the French clubs are now just two behind Germany's record of nine combined victories.
Interestingly, the French side entered their ninth final and set a new record of reaching successive finals (breaking their own best set between 2010 and 2013).
Also, they are now unbeaten in 65 overall matches.
With seven straight victories in 2019/20, Lyon completed only the second perfect season in the competition's history after Umea's nine-win streak (2003/04). Earlier, Lyon became the first club to appear in 100 UEFA women's club competition games, claiming 80 wins.
The likes of Sarah Bouhaddi and Wendie Renard appeared in their ninth final (one more than men's record-holders Paco Gento and Paolo Maldini).
Le Sommer, who appeared in her eighth final, became the fifth player to reach 75 competition appearances. Notably, Wolfsburg star Alex Popp was the fourth.
Also, Lyon's Saki Kumagai is the first Asian player to score in a final.
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