Chelsea snatched the 2021-22 Women’s Super League title after falling behind in a 4-2 win over Manchester United on Sunday.
Emma Hayes’ side were one point ahead of second-placed Arsenal entering the final game of the season, and Chelsea’s title hopes were in doubt as United. Martha Thomas And Ella Ton Put visitors first twice.
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Kerr struck again in the 65th minute with another eye-catching goal as she controlled a twisting header to her chest from 25 yards before firing over the opposing goalkeeper out of position. Marie Earps.
This achievement is Chelsea’s third consecutive WSL title, and fourth in the past five years, adding to the domestic treble last season.
Chelsea can win more titles this season with FA Women’s Cup The final is on Sunday, where he faces Manchester City.
Arsenal, who beat West Ham United 2-0, finished second with 56 points, and Manchester City snatched last place in the Champions League by beating Reading to finish third.
Birmingham City was the only team to be relegated from the 12th tier, and they will be replaced by Liverpool next season.
Thomas gave Manchester United the lead with a masterful header from Katie ZelmFree kick, though Irene Cuthbert Four minutes later, Chelsea tied the second half with two goals to one after Ton’s skewed goal for the visitors.
The Blues recovered in the second half, with Australian Kerr equalizing again in the first minute with a powerful left-footed shot, and Norwegian winger Ritten putting them ahead five minutes later.
Kerr put the match out of his reach with a brilliant finish in the 66th minute, as he slashed the ball down and rolled it into the net after a poor clearance from Earps.
Arsenal needed Chelsea to drop points to have any chance of snatching the title, and their win over West Ham was in vain.
Manchester City crushed Reading 4-0 to achieve third place in the Champions League at the expense of Manchester United, who finished fourth.
Birmingham’s 11-year spell as a Premier League club ended in midweek when they crushed Manchester City 6-0, condemned them to relegation, and signed them with a 1-0 win over Aston Villa.
Tottenham beat Leicester City 1-0 and Everton and Brighton & Hove Albion drew 1-1 to conclude the season.
Information from Reuters is included in this report.