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Women’s Super League: Chelsea come from behind for another WSL title!

In an exciting last matchday of the Women’s Super League 2021/22 season, Chelsea were 1-2 down at the half-time against Manchester United, which would mean Arsenal was virtually in the lead. But the Blues managed to overturn the deficit and secured another Women’s Super League title! Arsenal finished second, two points behind Chelsea. Manchester City will join them in the Women’s Champions League as the 3rd placed team. Birmingham City will move to Championship for the next season.

Women’s Super League, Matchday 22

Sunday, 8th of May

Chelsea – Manchester United 4-2 (1-2)
Scorers: 13′ Martha Thomas (M), 18′ Erin Cuthbert (C), 25′ Ella Toone (M), 46′ Sam Kerr (C), 51′ Guro Reiten (C), 66′ Sam Kerr (C)
Yellow cards: 11′ Hayley Ladd (M), 80′ Jessie Fleming (C)

Reading FC – Manchester City 0-4 (0-2)
Scorers: 33′ Lauren Hemp (M), 40′ Khadija Shaw (M), 85′ Ellen White (M), 90+1′ Alex Greenwood (M) pen
Yellow cards: 90′ Lily Woodham (R)

Aston Villa – Birmingham City 0-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 10′ Veatriki Sarri (B)
Yellow cards: 45′ Anita Asante (A)

Tottenham – Leicester City 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 49′ Ashleigh Neville (T)
Yellow cards: 58′ Missy Goodwin (L), 80′ Rachel Williams (T), 84′ Asmita Ale (T), 86′ Sam Tierney (L)

West Ham United – Arsenal 0-2 (0-0)
Scorers: 60′ Stina Blackstenius (A), 66′ Stephanie Catley (A)
Yellow cards: 6′ Noelle Maritz (A), 54′ Dagny Brynjarsdottir (W)

Brighton & Hove Albion – Everton 1-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 45+1′ Nathalie Bjorn (E), 52′ Aileen Whelan (B)
Yellow cards: 17′ Megan Finnigan (E), 69′ Danielle Turner (E)

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