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Princesses at the Palace

Emma Hayes shares her thoughts with Radio 5Live listeners   Chelsea Women take on Crystal Palace at Bromley on Sunday afternoon in the Continental Tyres League Cup fresh from a stunning European victory away to Sarajevo in Bosnia. Manager Emma Hayes will rotate the squad again, to keep key players rested ahead of a demanding

Emma Hayes shares her thoughts with Radio 5Live listeners

 

Chelsea Women take on Crystal Palace at Bromley on Sunday afternoon in the Continental Tyres League Cup fresh from a stunning European victory away to Sarajevo in Bosnia.

Manager Emma Hayes will rotate the squad again, to keep key players rested ahead of a demanding run of four away games on the trot.

The Blues bossed the game against Bosnian serial title-winners SFK 2000 Sarajevo in the Women’s Champions League, with a dazzling strike from all of 30 yards by defender Millie Bright opening the scoring after just six minutes.

Drew Spence added a second before Maria Thorisdottir scored her very first goal in a Chelsea shirt.

Ji So Yun made it 4-0 in the second half after a collector’s item, a Fran Kirby missed penalty, before Adelina Engman wrapped it all up with a fifth. Five goals, five different scorers; Chelsea are underlining their European potential already.

The second leg is at Kingsmeadow under the floodlights on Wednesday September 26 at 7.30pm.

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