Rolfö scored the winning goal with a shot from close range in the 58th minute.
“It says a lot about the club that everybody wants to win and has a strong winning mentality, even if we didn’t play our best today,” she said. “We were a little bit lucky but I’m so proud that we did it.”
The final will be on Sunday in the northern Spanish city of San Sebastian, which is holding the mini-tournament that began with the quarterfinals.
Barcelona’s men’s team was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Champions League in Portugal, losing 8-2 to Bayern Munich.
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