Chelsea women made it into the Vitality FA Cup final after beating rival Arsenal 0-2 with goals from Reiten and So-Yun Ji, KTNBlog reporting.
It was a beautiful game filled with so many talking points coming from the two teams who created so many opportunities going forward on goal.
The Blue side of London got the last laugh as they were able to deal with their neighbor who couldn’t make anything happen in the second half.
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ARSENAL VS CHELSEA WOMEN FULL MATCH REPORT
Both clubs kicked off the match pushing forward to get an early goal which didn’t happen for them immediately as it progressed.
Chelsea dominated things while finding space to score the opener which didn’t come through as their opponent was well organized.
Arsenal continued to create chances of their own going forward but they also couldn’t find a way of making anything happen.
The first half continued with nothing happening except more wasted opportunities which could have separated them as it carried on forward.
It ended with Arsenal holding Chelsea to a 0-0 goalless draw after 45 minutes of football played in the Vitality Women FA Cup semifinal clash between both teams.
The second half opened up well for both of them who continued from where they left off in the first 45 minutes which didn’t provide any goal.
Chelsea Women scored the opening goal in the 50th minute through a glorious long-range from Guro Reiten who made it 0-1 for the Blues.
It wasn’t looking good for Arsenal who couldn’t make something count as the pressure was all on them to come back level as things carried on.
So-Yun Ji increased the advantage for the away side in the 61st minute from yet another cracker which the goalkeeper stood no chance as it turned 0-2.
The match carried on with the Gunners making some changes to their team which they expected to come back, but it didn’t happen.
It ended with Chelsea Women sealing their spot in the final which they will play against Manchester City after beating Arsenal 0-2 here after 90 minutes.
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