Amandine Henry scored one of the best goals ever witnessed in a European final to give Lyon an early lead over Barcelona in their Women's Champions League decider.
The 32-year-old France international lived up to her reputation as an all-action midfielder by winning the ball in a slide tackle, before firing in a shot from more than 30 yards.
Lyon began the final as marginal underdogs against Barca, who had been crowned as champions of Spain with 30 wins from 30 La Liga matches.
But Henry's outrageous opener was the first of three Lyon goals scored in the first 33 minutes of Saturday's final at Turin's Allianz Stadium.
Ada Stolsmo Hegerberg doubled Lyon's lead, before USWNT star Catarina Macario also got on the scoresheet.
Alexia Putellas pulled a goal back for Barca but Lyon locked the back door in the second half as they held firm to win 3-1.
As brilliant as their attacking had been in their early blitz, Lyon's defensive display to keep Barca at bay was equally impressive.
Lyon have now won the Champions League eight times, including six of the last seven editions.
Barcelona had been the reigning champions.