Chelsea Women bounced back in style from our 3-2 defeat to Arsenal Women to beat Everton Women 4-0 this afternoon.
A double from Sam Kerr and goals from Fran Kirby and Bethany England secured a much-deserved three points for Emma Hayes’s side.
Kirby, making her first start of the season, got the Blues up and running with a superb curling strike on 25 minutes before Kerr capitalised on a defensive mishap to add a second just after half-time break.
Kerr scored her second of the game on 74 minutes with a thumping header before substitute Bethany England scored Chelsea’s fourth on 79 minutes.
Chelsea made three changes to the side that started our opening fixture against Arsenal last weekend, with Sophie Ingle, Kirby and Kerr all coming into the starting 11 to face the Toffees.
It was a dominant performance from the Blues as we had 27 goal attempts compared to Everton’s 5 goal attempts.
A host of Blues will now join up with their national squads and on their return from the international break is a game against Manchester United Women on September 26th.