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Chelsea Crush Man United 6-0

Chelsea won their fifth straight Women’s Super League title by defeating Manchester United at Old Trafford marking a triumphant end to Emma Hayes’ tenure as head coach.

Chelsea knew that a win against Manchester United would secure their fifth consecutive title and provide an excellent opportunity to bid farewell to Emma Hayes.

However, with Manchester City level on points with the Blues and leading the table on goal difference, Chelsea understood that a significant victory might be necessary to clinch the title.

It didn’t take long for the Blues to assert their dominance, as British record signing Mayra Ramirez scored in the opening two minutes.

Goals from Johanna Rytting Kaneryd, Sjoeke Nusken, Melanie Leupolz, and Fran Kirby, along with Ramirez’s dazzling double, ensured Chelsea’s triumphant 6-0 victory.

It was the perfect farewell for Hayes, who was full of emotion on a remarkable afternoon in Manchester, capping off a 12-year career at the Blues in style.

“I don’t think I have the energy for it [letting the emotions out] to be honest. It’s been an emotional week, probably a rollercoaster seven months. Staying on top of your own emotion is really tricky. I’m just relieved it’s over,” Hayes said.

England international Kirby who would also be leaving the club came on as a substitute for the final 20 minutes and was able to soak in the success she has played such a key part in throughout her Blues career.

“It is incredible, something I never dreamed could happen. They have been incredible to me throughout my Chelsea journey, especially in the last few weeks when they knew I was leaving. I can’t thank them enough for everything. The love they gave me today I will never forget,” She said.

Hayes will be traveling to the United States on Monday to take charge of the U.S. Women’s National Team, making this the perfect conclusion to her Chelsea tenure.

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