FULL-TIME offers you an easy way to manage your football leagues online.

Allows clubs and referees to manage their daily activities

FULL-TIME offers you an easy way to manage your football leagues online.

Allows clubs and referees to manage their daily activities

FULL-TIME offers you an easy way to manage your football leagues online.

Allows clubs and referees to manage their daily activities

FULL-TIME offers you an easy way to manage your football leagues online.

Allows clubs and referees to manage their daily activities

FULL-TIME offers you an easy way to manage your football leagues online.

Allows clubs and referees to manage their daily activities

Tottenham HotspurTottenham Hotspur

0

3

Manchester CityManchester City

A hat trick by Sam Kerr in the first half gave Chelsea a comfortable 6-0 win over Birmingham City in Kingsmeadow.

Fran Kirby threw in two goals and an assist for the Blues. In a team effort, the team was able to consolidate its position at the top of the Barclays FA Women’s Super League. Key moments
After high intensity and a physical start to the game, Chelsea began to gain a foothold after the first fifteen minutes but struggled to break a resilient Birmingham defense.

The hosts were finally rewarded for their hard work when Kerr followed from a distance, hitting the ball first, to shoot it in behind the helpless Hannah Hampton.

Chelsea scored again in the first half of added time. Pernille Harder’s header hit the crossbar after a clever cross from Jonna Andersson. However, Kerr was there for her second to double the Blues lead.

Things got even better for Kerr before the break as she completed her hat trick with an imposing header after a superb free-kick from Erin Cuthbert.

The second half started out similarly to the first, and after a prolonged period of Chelsea domination, the home side finally managed to score their fourth goal through Kirby hitting Beth England’s pass to drive the ball into the bottom corner.

It was five for Chelsea after Guro riding found himself in the box to hit Kirby’s pass. The substitute player rounded off a great team goal by the hosts with a neat finish.

A sparkling run from Kirby, accompanied by a curving end of the long post, earned her second place in the final moments of the game and rounded off a dominant performance on Emma Hayes’ side.
Chelsea (4-2-3-1): Berger, Ann-Katrin; Jonna Andersson (Blundell); Magdalena Eriksson C; Millie Bright; Niamh Charles; Drew Spence; Melanie Leupolz (Fleming); Fran Kirby; Pernille Harder (England); Erin Cuthbert (riding); Samantha Kerr (Carter, 62 ‘)
Substitute players: Hannah Blundell (Anderson, half time); Guro Riding (Cuthbert, halftime); Bethany England (tougher, half time); Jessie Fleming (Leupolz, 57 ‘); Jessica Carter (Kerr, 62 ‘).
Substitutes not used: Sophie Ingle; Carly Telford; Zecira Musovic ;.
Goals: Kerr 25 ‘, 46’, 48 ‘, Kirby 61’, 91 ‘Riding 73’.
Bookings: Spence, 80 ‘
Birmingham (5-4-1): Hannah Hampton; Ruby Mace; Gemma Lawley; Georgina Brougham; Emma Kelly; Christie Murray C; Mollie Green (Whipp, 62 ‘); Harriet Scott (Holloway, 80 ‘); Sarah Mayling; Claudia Walker (Murphy 74 ‘); Ruesha Littlejohn (Napier, 62 ‘).
Substitute players: Rebecca Holloway (Scott, 80 ‘); Emily Murphy (Walker 74 ‘); Jamie-Lee Napier (Littlejohn 62 ‘); Lucy Whipp (Green 62 ‘).
Unused substitutes: Heidi Logan; Veatriki Sarri; Sophie Whitehouse.
Bookings: Littlejohn, 47 ‘

Ref: https://womenscompetitions.thefa.com