Those who had been looking to watch the series finale of the Women's Super League were hardly disappointed.
They got to see six goals, and more entertainment for that.Eriksson's first goal
The match was played from the first match minute to the last at a high pace, with players determined to take the victory that would give their team the upper hand in the dramatic title match.
One of the goals was set by Chelsea's Swedish team captain Magdalena Eriksson. The goal came in the 68th minute when Jonna Andersson hit the ball into the penalty area. Sophie Ingle sent the ball on goal, where Eriksson flicked in front of the last Manchester City player and nodded the ball via the City goalkeeper.Short-term joy
The goal was 2–2, and was Eriksson's first for the season.
But the Chelsea joy was short-lived. Just a minute later, City received a penalty after Ingle dropped Caroline Weir into the penalty area.Dream goal from 30 meters
Gergia Stanway stepped forward to beat the penalty, but German goalkeeper Ann-Katrin Berger saved.
The entertainment was not over there. Two minutes later, Bethany England loaded the right-hander from about 30 yards and fired a shot that went in a perfect arc and into the left post, chanceless for City goalkeeper Ellie Roebuck.Hemp acknowledged
But there was no end to the difficulties. In the 77th minute Caroline Weier hit a deep ball into the penalty area, and Lauren Hemp pushed passive Maren Mjelde and bounced 3-3.
That goal became the last of the match. Thereby, Manchester City retains the lead, a point ahead of Chelsea having a match less played. Just behind the shadow of Arsenal, two points after Chelsea.