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Sam Kerr Strikes Again As Chelsea Win A Hattrick Of Women's FA Cups And Arsenal's Title Hopes Destroyed By Rampant Seagulls

Andy Goldstein hosts a look back on a busy Sunday of action on talkSPORT.

Sam Kerr scored in yet another final, as Chelsea Women won their Third FA Cup on the bounce. 

talkSPORT's Charlotte Richardson caught up with Kerr, and Blues boss Emma Hayes, after the trophy was lifted, in front of a 77,390 strong crowd at Wembley.

A World Record attendance for a Woman's domestic football match.

Arsenal's title hopes are all over bar the shouting, following a 3-0 home loss against Brighton. 

Seagulls keeper Jason Steele joined the Boot Room to talk up the impact boss Roberto De Zerbi has had since arriving. 

City battered Everton to get themselves one step closer to a treble, and an Ivan Toneyless Brentford beat a heavily rotated West Ham side.

Rickie Lambert joined the Boot Room to look back on Southampton's relegation, and there was live and exclusive coverage of Sunday's EFL Playoff semifinal first legs.   

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