Chelsea have won this season’s Women’s FA Cup, beating Arsenal 3-0 in the final at Wembley on Sunday.
Emma Hayes’ side dominated the female Gunners from the first whistle, with Fran Kirby putting the Blues ahead after just three minutes.
Sam Kerr doubled Chelsea’s lead after the break and produced a superb chip to put the game to bed with 15 minutes remaining.
It was a hugely impressive performance for the Blues, who were making their fifth FA Cup final appearance against an Arsenal side.
The 3-0 victory also saw the Blues complete a domestic treble after the competition was postponed last season because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Blues and the Gunners are currently in a serious battle in the race for the Women’s Super League.
Chelsea are just six points clear of their nearest rivals after just eight matches.
Following Chelsea’s emphatic win, double goalscorer Kerr said: “I think we deserved it – I think we played really well, as we have done in the past few weeks.”