Hamano pushes Chelsea past Spurs to set up furious final day in WSL title race

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Emma Hayes was philosophical after Chelsea’s 1-0 win against Tottenham, glad that her side had grasped its “second chance”, to keep them level on points with Manchester City going into the final day of the season. “I love the saying: ‘When someone gives you a second chance in life, make sure you don’t need a third,’ and I love that we take it to the last day,” she said.

Only a win would do, and the bigger the better to improve their goal difference. Manchester United await Chelsea at Old Trafford on Saturday, while City play Aston Villa needing to better Chelsea’s result. If they both win, Chelsea’s goal difference is better by two. Maika Hamano’s goal ensured the teams remain neck-and-neck.

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Written by Suzanne Wrack at the Gaughan Group Stadium
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/football/article/2024/may/15/tottenham-chelsea-womens-super-league-match-report under the title “Hamano pushes Chelsea past Spurs to set up furious final day in WSL title race”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.