Emma Hayes delights in Chelsea’s ‘favourite victory’

Emma Hayes surprised her “favourite win” as Chelsea boss after the Blues beat Wolfsburg 3-0 of their Women’s Champions League quarter-final conflict for an combination 5-1 victory.

Hayes additionally talked about “a really proud day for English football” following the end result on the Szusza Ferenc Stadium in Budapest.

After scoring Chelsea’s second of their 2-1 ‘home’ victory on the similar venue last week, Pernille More durable once more netted against her former membership when Sam Kerr’s 27-minute penalty kick was transformed.


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Kerr then added one other ‘away’ goal 5 minutes later with a stable strike, after which Fran Kirby finished off an excellent team performance by scoring the third with 9 minutes remaining as Chelsea secured their third look within the final 4.

Beforehand, Hayes had seen her side be knocked out of the competition by Wolfsburg – winners of two and a third time last season – throughout three consecutive seasons from 2015-16.

The 44-year-old, who took over at Chelsea in 2012, said: “I believe it is most likely going to rank as my favourite win on the helm, as a result of I set the challenge for the group across the maturity, the learnings, the development.

“In order that’s the way you present your manager how we develop up in Europe.

“I’ve confronted that opponent so many instances and felt humbled and lost, and at all times thought they have been the benchmark for girls’s football alongside Lyon.

“So it is a really proud day for English football – I believe it is essential that we acknowledge our league. As a membership, the individuals who have been right here with me from the start, it is a great moment for them. I believed we have been unimaginable as we speak. ”

He added: “I’ve waited 9 years for as we speak. That is a protracted time for this moment.

“I really feel that this isn’t just a semi-final win. This can be a 9 year venture and I believe it is a very big day for us and a big day for girls’s football in England – nevertheless it’s not sufficient. I would like extra. ”

To succeed in the final for the primary time Chelsea should come by means of a semi-final match against both Bayern Munich or Rosengard – the second leg of that final eight round on Thursday, with Bayern main 3-0 o ‘ first clause.

“I do not suppose Europe has taken English football too significantly to date,” said Hayes. “That is altering. I believe Manchester City’s performances as well as ours have moved us nearer to dominance.

“That is all we have carried out as we speak although. We have just moved one step nearer, as a result of the team we would face within the semi-finals is an entire new ball recreation.

“I am not on this event to be knocked out, I am in it to win it. I’ll get pleasure from as we speak first although. ”

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