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Doncaster Rovers Belles 0 Chelsea 4 (Jakobsson 20,33, Aluko 60, Ward 66)
Chelsea went to the top of the fledgling FA WSL table as two goals in each half took them to a convincing victory at the Keepmoat Stadium.
After Millie Bright put an early effort wide for the hosts, Sofia Jakobsson had a shot saved by Nicola Hobbs and Helen Ward headed wide.
Chelsea took a 21st minute lead when Eniola Aluko chased a long ball down the right and played it across the face of goal and the unmarked Jakobsson had the simple task of tapping in at the far post.
The same pair combined to score again in the 36th minute. Aluko's 20-yard effort was parried by Hobbs and Jakobsson turned home the loose ball for her third goal in the opening two matches.
Chelsea manager Emma Hayes brought on Brazilian international Ester for her debut at half time and soon saw her side go further ahead. Ward had a low shot saved by Hobbs before setting up Aluko for the third goal after 61 minutes with a good run down the right.
Ward then rounded off the scoring with a header from Danielle Buet's cross seven minutes later.
Doncaster Rovers Belles: Nicola Hobbs, Lyndsey Cunningham, Naomi Chadwick (sub Jemma Purfield 45mins), Leandra Little, Victoria Williams, Ashleigh Mills, Jess Sigsworth, Emma Thomson (sub Cheryl Foster 72mins), Millie Bright, Beth England, Kasia Lipka (sub Nicola Emery 84mins).
Chelsea: Shannon Lynn, Dunia Susi, Claire Rafferty (sub Olina Vidarsdottir 60mins), Katie Holtham, Drew Spence (sub Ester Dos Santos 45mins), Sophie Ingle, Edda Gardarsdottir, Danielle Buet, Eniola Aluko, Helen Ward (sub Helen Bleazard 70mins), Sofia Jakobsson.
(Report by www.fawsl.com)
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