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Chelsea beat Manchester City in Women’s FA Cup Final

The Women’s team of Chelsea Football Club beat Manchester City Women’s team in the final of the Women’s FA Cup.

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The Blues won the game 3-2 after extra time with Sam Kerr scoring the winning goal of the match to retain their FA Cup title. Kerr scored the opening goal of the game in the first half before City’s Lauren Hemp equalised a few minutes before halftime.

The Blues got their lead restored in the second half with the goal for Erin Cuthbert and that seem to be the winning goal but Hayley Raso got Manchester City level before the full time whistle.

Chelsea star player, Kerr scored the winning goal of the game during the extra time. The result is a huge landmark for the coach of Chelsea, Emma Hayes, she has won 12 trophies since he took charge of the team which includes; 5 Women’s Super League, 4 FA Cup, 2 League Cup, 1 Community Shield, and she was also named FIFA Best Women’s coach.

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