Sam Kerr and Fran Kirby were on song in the Women's FA Cup Final to beat Arsenal 3-0 and lift the trophy for the third time.
Sam Kerr's Chelsea made history overnight, lifting the Women's FA Cup trophy on the 50th anniversary of the competition. Kerr becomes just the second Aussie woman to claim the title after Taryn Rockall won it back in 1999 with the Gunners.
Chelsea were on the front foot early, with Fran Kirby finding the back of the net just three minutes into the game. Kirby pounced on a poor clearance by the Gunners defence and finished the chance in the bottom corner.
Kerr would come next closest to scoring, forcing Manuela Zinsberger into several saves in the first half before hitting the woodwork just before the break.
Chelsea came out of the half-time break hungry to strengthen their lead, with Kerr finding the back of the net after 57 minutes.
Kirby laced a perfectly weighted through ball to find Kerr, who danced around her defender and finished in the bottom corner to double Chelsea's lead.
Kerr got her first taste of scoring at Wembley Stadium in front of 40,942 adoring fans and was in the mood to wrap up the win for the Blues.
Arsenal lost possession in the middle of the pitch, with Melanie Leupolz playing Kerr through for Chelsea's third of the night.
Kerr scored the goal of the game, chipping Zinsberger from just outside the box to help Chelsea to their third-ever Women's FA Cup win, and the first win of the prestigious award for the Aussie.
Kerr's performance earned her Player of the Match in her very first Women's FA Cup final appearance and completed Chelsea's domestic quadruple after winning the FA Community Shield, Continental Tyres League Cup and Barclays FA Women’s Super League last season, and now the Women's FA Cup Final.
“We went in as underdogs after they beat us to start the season. In the first half, it wasn’t going in the net, it could have been four or five.” Kerr said to the media after the win.