Chelsea Sets Historical Record In The WSL | SEE DETAILS
The Chelsea women's football club has set a historical record in the Barclays Women's Super League (WSL) in its 4-2 victory over Manchester United.
The Emma Hayes-led Chelsea women's side has won the Barclays Women's Super League (WSL) for the third time following their victory over Manchester United with an emphatic scoreline of 4-2.
Chelsea has finished top on the table with 56 points; goals from Sam Kerr, Guro Reiten and Erin Cuthbert secured the victory for the Blues, who had been a goal down at the beginning of the fixture.
Chelsea is the first team to defend their title three times in a row; They are also the record holders of the prestigious trophy with a total of six times.
6 - @ChelseaFCW have now been crowned @BarclaysFAWSL champions for the third season in a row, making them the first ever side to manage this feat, and moves them onto six titles overall, double that of any other side (Arsenal, 3). Stomping. pic.twitter.com/HovEJtimxl— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) May 8, 2022