‘Huge responsibility’ on players and clubs as Covid grips women’s football

Chelsea’s clash with Reading was the only game to go ahead in the Women’s Super League this weekend as coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on the fixture schedule

<p>Reading vs Chelsea was the only game to go ahead in the Women’s Super League this weekend</p>

Reading vs Chelsea was the only game to go ahead in the Women’s Super League this weekend

Chelsea boss Emma Hayes fervently pleaded for everyone in women’s football to behave to ensure the season can conclude.  

The Blues’ away fixture against Reading was the only surviving match of the weekend in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League.  

Fran Kirby scored four goals, including a perfect first-half hat-trick, against her former side while Ji So-yun netted the fifth and final goal which sent Chelsea up to second in the table.  

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