Chelsea go top of WSL with Spurs win as Kerr shines at packed Stamford Bridge

With a chance to go top of the Women’s Super League table for the first time this season following Manchester United’s 3-2 defeat of Arsenal, Emma Hayes back in the dugout, and Stamford Bridge bouncing, it has been a good weekend for Chelsea. And a comfortable 3-0 defeat of Tottenham ensured the team leapfrogged United and Arsenal which was the cherry on top.Since a shock opening-day defeat against Liverpool, Chelsea have cruised to the summit and while performances have not been quite as swaggering as last year, they have been brutally efficient.

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