Chelsea made it back-to-back wins in the FA Women’s Continental Tyres League Cup with a 2-0 result at home to Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday.
Spurs nearly took an early lead in the group stage game but Siri Worm’s free-kick came back off the post, while at the other end Millie Bright’s drive was saved by Becky Spencer.
Rosella Ayane tried to catch Ann-Katrin Berger off her line in the second half but it was the hosts who made the breakthrough with 20 minutes remaining, Erin Cuthbert’s 25-yard rocket doing the trick.
We have a goal at Kingsmeadow! ⚽️
💥 @erincuthbert_ puts @ChelseaFCW in front! #ContiCup pic.twitter.com/c62zFcMBxD
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Berger was forced into denying Ayane with an acrobatic save, before the Blues sealed the points six minutes from the end, Melanie Leupolz converting from the spot after a Sophie Ingle strike was handled in the box.
Group games continue today (Wednesday 4 November), including Liverpool’s afternoon kick-off with Manchester City live on LFCTV.
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