A ruthless Chelsea side put five goals past Servette Women in the first half of the match as Fran Kirby and Samantha Kerr both scored a brace with the other goals coming from Melanie Leupolz and Jessie Fleming. The Blues went confidently into the halftime break with a massive 5-0 advantage over the Servette Women.
Guro Reiten wrapped things up for Chelsea in the 50th minute of the match as she scored the final goal to make the scoreline 7-0 in favour of the Blues at full-time.
Match Review: Chelsea Women put up a 5-star performance in their Champions League encounter today as they comfortably defeated their opposition. The Blues are currently on top of their UCL Group A table with 7 points after an amazing run in the competition this season. The West Londoners have proven to be a very dangerous side and also a big scare to other teams in the competition. More performances like this could see them advance to higher stages in the Champions League this season.
The UWCL Group A Table After Chelsea Won 7-0 Today.
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