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Chelsea crush Man. United to win 5th Women Soccer League title in a row


Chelsea win WSL title for the fifth time

With a 6-0 win at Old Trafford, Chelsea say farewell to Emma Hayes by securing their fifth Women Soccer League title in a row.

Chelsea won the league title with a +7 better goal difference than Manchester City.

Mayra Ramirez, back in the side after four games out injured, headed in a Guro Reiten cross with the game barely underway to spectacularly set the tone for what was to follow.

Before long, Johanna Rytting Kaneryd used her considerable pace to race away and slot the second goal and although Manchester United struck the Chelsea woodwork, it was 4-0 in our favour by the break.

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Ramirez emphasised what a great call it was by Hayes to select her by impressively creating the third goal for Sjoeke Nusken to tap in, and then going it alone to score her second of the game.

The Blues then netted as quickly at the start of the second half as we had at the commencement of the first – Melanie Leupolz with her first goal of the season – and then towards the end came a very special moment – Fran Kirby bagging her 116th goal for the club to bring down the curtain on another majestic Chelsea career.

In a high-pressure game, this was as commanding a 90 minutes as anyone with the Blues in their heart could have wished for. It is Chelsea’s biggest-ever victory against Manchester United.

The final whistle heralded the 16th trophy in the 12 years of the great Emma Hayes.

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