Home Sports Matildas star Kerr took four men to Chelsea’s showdown.

Matildas star Kerr took four men to Chelsea’s showdown.


Pernille Harder also bagged a hat-trick and Ekaterina Svitkova headed home late on as the Blues followed up last week’s impressive win over Paris Saint-Germain with a dominant display at Kingsmeadow.

It took Kerr just an hour to find the net four times, scoring three times from close range and also converting Guro Reiten’s corner with a high header.

Chelsea now have a two-point lead at the top of their group after Real Madrid were held to a 0-0 draw by Paris Saint-Germain at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium.

In Group B, Wolfsburg claimed their second win in as many games as goals from Jules Brand and Eva Payor helped them to a 2-0 success against Slavia Prague.

However, the two-time Champions League winners look set to be edged out by tournament debutants Roma after they won 4-3 in an excellent encounter with St. Polten.

Alessandro Spugni’s Giallaross were 2-0 down with 15 minutes remaining but held firm after goals from Elena Linari, Valentina Giacinti, Manuela Giuliano and Paloma Lazaro turned the competition around to go six points clear.


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