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Chelsea showed the mindset of champs as they edged better to the WSL title with a fighting 3-1 triumph over Tottenham, in spite of playing over an hour with 10 gamers.

Ann-Katrin Berger saw red for Chelsea in the very first half with ball games level at 1-1 following Sophie Ingle’s own objective and Guro Reiten’s dinked surface. Despite their one-player deficit, Sam Kerr and Jessie Fleming netted in the 2nd half to make a vital 3 points for the Blues.

It was Spurs who took a shock lead after 14 minutes, Molly Bartrip releasing her inner ‘Katie Zelem’ and clattering the post direct from a corner. The ball rebounded onto the knee of the regrettable Ingle and bounced into the internet.

But Spurs’ surprise benefit lasted simply 11 minutes as Chelsea levelled through Reiten. The Norwegian winger produced an electrical turn of speed to burn previous Ashleigh Neville, and her cross-shot discovered the leading corner.

Kerr wanted to have actually existed with a golden chance to put Chelsea ahead as she capitalised on a loose Tottenham back pass and raced tidy through, just to comically lose her footing at the turning point and struck the deck.

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