A hat trick from Sam Kerr ensured Chelsea women cruised with a 3-2 win against West Ham United in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League today at the Kingsmeadow Stadium which had fans.
First Half Report Chelsea 1-0 West Ham United Women:
The first half between the two sides was pretty much good with end to end attacking display of football which managed t produced one brilliant goal from thee home team who dominated most.
It took Chelsea Women 15 minutes to get the opener through Sam Kerr to make it 1-0 after a nice build up play saw Harder put it through to Kirby before she delivered the assist for the Australian to score.
West Ham United almost pulled back level in the game but their effort failed to go past Berger who was solid in goal throughout the first 45 minutes of the match.
It ended with a 1-0 Scoreline as the referee signaled for the end of the first 45 minutes of the game with the advantage going the wY of the Blues.
Second Half Report Chelsea 2-1 West Ham United Women:
The second half began in a good competitive state as the away side were much in the game and showed some class which paid off for them as the match progressed.
West Ham United Women pulled back level to make it 1-1 in the 47th minute thanks to a lovely goal from Daly but Sam Kerr restored the lead 2-1 with a brilliant goal scored in the 54th minute.
The Australian got her hat-trick for the game in the 68th minute after to make it 3-1 after another combination with Kirby who was fantastic in the encounter making her second assist.
Alisha Lehmann scored another one for the away side in the 88th minute which saw the match ended in a slim 3-2 win for the Blues who weren’t too impressive today at home.
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