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Chelsea thrash Man Utd to win fifth successive WSL title

BBC Sport Saturday, 18 May 2024
Watch highlights as Chelsea secure a fifth successive Women's Super League title by thrashing Manchester United at Old Trafford in Emma Hayes' final game in charge.
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