FA Women’s Super League: Chelsea wins comfortably in The Blues against The Blues encounter

The defending champions Chelsea FC Women finds their 1st win of the 2021–22 FA Women’s Super League as they defeated Everton F.C. at Kingsmeadow

The Matchday 2 of the 2021–22 FA Women’s Super League saw Chelsea vs Everton playing against each other at Kingsmeadow Stadium on 12th September, Sunday.

With Chelsea winning comfortably as they thrashed Everton 4-0 in a 90+5 Minutes game at their home ground with around 2,379 fans in attendance. As a result, earning their first points of the 2021–22 FA Women’s Super League as they had earlier lost their opening game against Arsenal last week at Emirates Stadium.

Meanwhile, Everton F.C. too lost their opening match, against Manchester City with this same scoreline. Thus, at the moment with a -8 goal difference are at the bottom of the 2021–22 FA Women’s Super League Table.

2021–22 FA Women’s Super League – Chelsea vs Everton

Starting XI for Chelsea 

Starting XI for Everton 

The 1st goal of the match was in the 25’ mark as English forward Fran Kirby, 28, scores wonderfully and finds her first goal of the season. Kirby was the 2nd Top Goal Scorer for Chelsea last season with 16 goals and 11 assists.

As a result, Chelsea leads 1 – 0 Everton in Half-Time.

The home team Chelsea had too many chances and they miss it all by a whisker. The scoreline would have been different, as in end the stats revealed – 27 shots out of which 6 were on target.

Whereas, for Everton, just before the opening goal, they got a little comfortable and later found themselves a step back. The match was clearly dominated by Chelsea.

The top goal scorer of last season, Australian Sam Kerr scored twice for Chelsea at 47’ and 74’ minutes marks. The 2nd goal which just came after HT, was relatively easy for Kerr as Everton’s Megan Finnigan made an error just around the box and the Australian who was at the right place at right time finds the net.

The final goal came in the 79’ mark as this time it was No. 9 Bethany England who scored with just a touch after the ball bounced of top of the goal post, landed in front of Bethany.

Full Time: Chelsea 4 – 0 Everton at Kingsmeadow.

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