Manuela Zinsberger; Viktoria Schnaderbeck; Leah Williamson; Louise Quinn (Lisa Evans); Danielle van de Donk; Lia Wälti; Jordan Nobbs (Beth Mead); Kim Little (c); Katie McCabe; Vivianne Miedema; Jill Roord
Ann-Katrin Berger; Maren Mjelde; Millie Bright; Magdalena Eriksson (c); Jonna Andersson; Sophie Ingle; Erin Cuthbert; Guro Reiten (Hannah Blundell); Ji So Yun; Bethany England; Sam Kerr (Drew Spence)
1 (Beth Mead) v 4 (Bethany England; Sam Kerr; Sophie Ingle; Guro Reiten)
Goals, goals, goals.
Sophie Ingle – Not only did Ingle score potentially the goal of the season but she ran play from her midfield position. The team was built around her. With her strength in the middle, her teammates were able to flood forward causing Arsenal all sorts of problems from the first whistle.
It’s hard to pick one stand out moment from a game of so much quality from Chelsea. If we had to choose, it perhaps was Beth England’s goal. Her 10th minute effort was a beautifully struck opener and kick-started Chelsea’s dominance. It was definitely a sign of things to come.
“I’m not normally a goal scorer but it was nice to get on the score sheet for the team. Once you hit it that sweet, you know it’s going to go top bins and luckily it did.” Sophie Ingle