A brace from Sam Kerr and one from Fran Kirby saw Chelsea thrashed Arsenal 0-3 in the Women FA cup final, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
It was a good start to the game for the Blues who had total dominance from kickoff against their opponent in the encounter.
Fran Kirby gave Chelsea the lead in the 3rd minutes of the encounter after an amazing buildup saw England International making things 0-1.
The game carried on with Arsenal creating a few opportunities of their own which couldn’t beat the goalkeeper who was good in the match.
It was all looking good for the Blues who continued with their dominance showing off why they are called the biggest club in London over their rival, the Gunners.
Nothing still to separate them as they approached the final few minutes of the first half of the encounter which nothing seems to be happening.
The first half of the match ended with Arsenal 0-1 Chelsea as they both headed inside for the break with an advantage over the Blues.
Second Half Report
The second half kicked off with more expectations as the game continued in same direction as it was in the first 45 minutes.
Arsenal were unable to still get anything despite pushing forward on more occasions but their finishing wasn’t good enough for any goal to happen.
Sam Kerr made it 0-2 in the 56th minute after a good display saw Chelsea women doubling their advantage which was a find finish from the Australian international.
More opportunities but nothing else as the scoreline remained the way it is while both teams continue to push forward hoping to get more.
Sam Kerr made it her brace in the 78th minute of the second half after she chipped the ball beating the Gunners goalkeeper to make it 0-3.
Things remained the same as the match ended with Arsenal 0-3 Chelsea which saw the Blues women lifting the FA Cup after the game.
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