Chelsea, Arsenal Record Post-League Cup Final Win In WSL
Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji
After its 3-1 loss to Arsenal FC in the Women’s League Cup last Sunday, Chelsea FC returned to the English Women’s Super League on Wednesday with a 3-1 win over Brighton.
Guro Reiten put Emma Hayes’s side in the driving seat with a 12th-minute penalty.
Jessica Carter doubled the Blues’ lead in the 21st minute giving the host a 2-0 lead at halftime.
Johanna Rytting Kaneryd increased the lead to three in the 71st minute off Sam Kerr’s assist.
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Danielle Carter reduced the deficit for Brighton but the London side hold on for a win which took it to the second position with 34 points after 13 games and an outstanding match.
Manchester United top the log with 35 points.
Arsenal also returned to the WSL with a 2-0 win against Liverpool on Wednesday at Meadows Park, Borehamwood.
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Two first-half goals from Stina Blackstenius and Caitlin Foord lifted the Gunners to a 2-0 win after coach Jonas Eidevall’s first title with the team last weekend.
The Gunners irrespective of the win occupy the fourth position with 29 points, three points outside the final Champions League spot.
The London side also has an outstanding game to catch up with third-placed Manchester City with 32 points.
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