chelsea women football club led by their coach Emma Hayes have proved to other talented women globally that they can make it in football.it is due to their determination hard work and most importantly discipline they have has a team that have made them to succeed whenever they are playing.
On Wednesday evening Chelsea women were playing against Everton women in their FA super league competition and once again the women showed to the world that they are capable by thrashing their opponents 3 goals to nill.
Chelsea stars pernille harder,Melanie leupolz and fran Kirby are the one who made the team shine by each of them netting one goal.Those goals made Chelsea women to go far as far as women football is concerned.
After that match,Chelsea women are still eying for more upcoming matches and they hope that they will continue performing well all through their matches.All the best to the Chelsea women club in all your upcoming matches.
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