Sam Kerr to the rescue as Chelsea women beat Brighton and Hove Albion in the Barclays FA WSL 1-0 today in a highly contested fixture after the Blues came back from their Champions League game against Benfica.
First Half Report Brighton And Hove Albion 0-1 Chelsea Women:
The first half was all about the away side who dominated the game but only managed to score just one goal which gave the first 45 minutes something for the fans to cheer about.
Brighton And Hove Albion did managed to keep the high scoring Blues Women on hold as they tightened up their defense letting nothing go past them while they created few chances themselves.
Chelsea finally took the lead in the 21st minute through Sam Kerr who headed home from a cross by Pernille Harder which was able to give the Blues 1-0 advantage after a nice build up play from them.
The first half ended with 0-1 as the League Champions took the much needed advantage into the first 45 minutes break which was an outstanding performance from all the players.
Second Half Report Brighton And Hove Albion 0-0 Chelsea Women:
The second half was much lively in the early stages in the Barclays FA WSL game between the two sides who almost scored but the woodwork rescued the League Champions.
Chelsea continued with their dominance but couldn’t make anything happen but the chances kept coming and no one was able to make anything out of it even though it was almost going in.
On the other hand, Brighton And Hove Albion was resilient as they held on well not making any mistakes and giving the Blues Women a run for their money despite their control.
The game ended with a 1-0 win for the away side as the referee signaled for full time in the Barclays FA WSL encounter between the two side who gave it their all.
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