Chelsea has been crowned Champions of the Barclays Women Super League after beating Man United 4-2, KTNBlog reports.
It was an eventful last day of the season that saw the Blues Women coming from behind to make something happen.
The second half was the game changer as they had to complete the comeback to ensure they claimed the title after 90 minutes.
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FULL CHELSEA VS MANCHESTER UNITED WOMEN MATCH REPORT
It was a good opening in the match and the two teams were evenly balanced in their dealings going forward.
The first 10 minutes saw both teams holding each other hostage as nothing was seen coming in terms of goals and opportunities.
Man United Women drew first blood when Martha Thomas scored the opening goal in the 13th minute making it 0-1.
The away side was cruising at the expense of the Chelsea League title until Erin Cuthbert pulled back level 1-1 in the 18th minute.
It was becoming a balanced match that could drag on for long on the pitch as it progressed further.
Ella Toone scored in the 25th minute to put the Manchester United Women in the lead once again 1-2 as it carried on.
Not much action was seen as they ended the first half with Chelsea Vs Man United Women playing a 1-2 score in favor of the away team.
They resumed the game with Samantha Kerr pulling back level 2-2 in the 46th minute which was a stunner.
Chelsea was looking good as the game continued for them boosting themselves with that goal which gave them more morale.
Man United was shocked to see a different side who were going hard as Guro Reiten gave the home side the lead 3-2 in the 51st minute.
The game changed immediately knowing that lead means the title win is back on track as they continued building on that momentum.
It was looking one side as more pressure was put on the home side who wanted to double their advantage in the game.
Samantha Kerr finally made it her brace in the 66th minute of the match which was another brilliant one.
The goal killed off any chances the away side had to come back into the encounter which was far from them.
A 4-2 lead looked safe as the Blues maintained their dominance making sure they hold the ball and kill off time.
Extra-time came and gone as Chelsea finished the game 4-2 against Man United which saw them lifting the Barclays Women Super League title.
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