Chelsea Women 8-0 Bristol City: 3 takeaways, Reiten thrusts Blues back into title race

Some said it was done and dusted, even Emma Hayes. Thanks to some help from Arsenal, and a class display by Chelsea in the final match at Kingsmeadow this season, the Blues revived the possibility of a fifth straight Women's Super League title.
Chelsea FC  v Bristol City - Barclays Women´s Super League
Chelsea FC v Bristol City - Barclays Women´s Super League / Warren Little/GettyImages
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1. Aggie Beever-Jones continues to demonstrate why she's going to be a crucial part of this club's future

Who would have thought this was the season we'd see from the 20-year-old Aggie Beever-Jones? Remember this was the English forward's first full go in the senior team. It's frankly astounding.

With three goal contributions yesterday, the academy graduate has amassed 11 goals and two assists across 20 WSL contests. In every top-flight game she has started, she has scored. You can't make this stuff up. A spark up front at Liverpool. The repeat against Bristol, only this time, she had some more help. It'd be a mistake if she doesn't get a call into the England senior team soon. No. 33 in blue is a star. That's not an opinion anymore. It's a fact. Imagine her in five years' time. We're probably talking about one of the most elite attacking threats in all of English football.

The last time ABJ didn't play a part in a goal during a league fixture that she appeared in was the February defeat to City. She led the team in shots in the weekend encounter while producing the highest expected goals total of any player on the pitch. The ex-Everton loanee exudes danger on and off the ball. Her first goal of the match was all about her intelligence. She started out wide, laid it off to Erin Cuthbert, and then proceeded to make a darting run into the box before depositing the ball neatly past a powerless Bentley.

The Chels return to Women's Super League action on Wednesday, May 15 against sixth-place Tottenham Hotspur at Brisbane Road.