Olympique Lyonnais beat Barcelona 3-1 in the Women's Champions League final after midfielder Amandine Henry netted a brilliant solo goal and striker Ada Hegerberg scored one and made another in the first half of an entertaining clash.
Henry gave the French side the lead with a stunning strike in the sixth minute, winning the ball and cutting inside on her right foot before firing a rocket of a shot from distance into the top right corner.
Hegerberg added a second with a header in the 23rd minute and the Norwegian striker teed up Catarina Macario to score Lyon's third with a tap-in 10 minutes later, with Alexia Putellas pulling one back for previous holders Barcelona before the break.
Barca's Patricia Guijarra chipped a stunning lob from inside the centre circle against the bar in a frenetic second half but Lyon were able to preserve their lead to secure an eighth Champions League title, extending their all-time record in the competition.
France international Wendy Renard raising the trophy as fireworks exploded behind her.
With the club's official Twitter account quickly welcoming the Champions League trophy home, Lyon coach Sonia Bompastor made history as the first to win the competition as both a player and a coach.
"Barcelona were incredible. But I'm just really happy that we were able to start the game so well, getting those three goals in the first half really helped," Macario said.
"I think it just came out, we were the team that showed up the most today, and we had the most experience. So thankfully, we were able to come out on top," she added.