Canadian Kadeisha Buchanan Wins Fourth Women’s Champions League Title
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Kadeisha Buchanan won her fourth consecutive UEFA Women’s Champions League title — Lyon’s seventh overall — after Lyon defeated Wolfsburg 3-1 in the European final on Sunday.
Buchanan is from Toronto, Ontario and is a defender for the Canada women’s national team. She’s made 101 appearances for Canada, tallying 96 starts, four goals and three assists.
With Lyon, she appeared in all seven Champions League matches this season, including five starts, and scored her first-ever UWCL goal against Fortuna Hjørring.
— Goal (@goal) August 30, 2020
As she adds a fourth Champions League medal to her collection, she’s also won a bronze medal at the 2016 Olympic Games, four Division 1 Féminine league titles and three Coupe de France trophies.
As one of four Canadians that reached the Round of 16 or later in the 2019-20 UWCL, she’s making history and collecting all the medals she can.
C H A M P I O NKadeisha Buchanan is the one & only Canadian to win UEFA Champions League titles.
— Canada Soccer (@CanadaSoccerEN) August 31, 2020