After Emma Hayes announced she would be leaving at the end of the season Jonas Eidevall teased, amid praise for the Chelsea manager, that he wanted to make “life in the WSL as difficult and unpleasant” as possible for her.

In front of a Women’s Super League record crowd of 59,042 at the Emirates Stadium, where Sam Kerr had stood years before her move to Chelsea and wondered what it would look like with 60,000 fans in it, Eidevall’s side delivered a stunning win to put them level on points with the league leaders and rip the title race wide open.

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