Chelsea FC defeated Reading to win their fourth fourth successive Women’s Super League title, deny Manchester United their first trophy, and further establish their dominance in the English women’s game.
Sam Kerr scored the first goal for the Blues after just 18 minutes in front of an energetic traveling supporter
Reiten, one of Chelsea‘s best players this season, capitalized on a terrible back pass from Reading defender Easther Mayi Kith to coolly tuck the ball home just before halftime. Kerr, Chelsea’s golden girl, added another goal in the final minutes.
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As evidence of their dominance, Chelsea won fourth successive Women’s Super League title, marking their 14th major trophy in 11 seasons under manager Emma Hayes. Additionally, this is the third consecutive year that Chelsea has won at least a domestic double, which includes the FA Cup and the WSL.
Throwing up a thrilling finish to the campaign, Chelsea’s unrelenting winning machine rather ruined the occasion for the neutral.
Emma Hayes and her team have won the Women’s Super League title for the fourth time in a row.