Barcelona staged a remarkable comeback to beat Wolfsburg 3-2 and clinch their second Women’s Champions League trophy.
The German giants were leading 2-0 at half-time thanks to goals from Ewa Pajor and Alexandra Popp, who both set records in the competition.
But Barcelona turned the game around in the second half with a quick-fire double from Patri Guijarro, who was named player of the match.
The Spanish champions completed their comeback when Fridolina Rolfo smashed home the winner from close range after a defensive error by Wolfsburg.
Barcelona, who lost to Lyon in last year’s final, were favourites to win their fourth European title in five years against a strong Wolfsburg side, who had won it twice before.
Among Barcelona’s winners were England stars Lucy Bronze, who won her fourth Champions League medal, and Keira Walsh, who won her first.