Sophie Baggaley; Gemma Evans (Flo Allen); Frankie Brown (c); Poppy Pattinson; Ebony Salmon; Yana Daniels; Charlie Wellings; Jeon Ga-Eul (Megan Wynnne); Katie Robinson; Olivia Chance; Faye Bryson
Tinja-Riikka Korpela; Danielle Turner; Gabby George (Kika Van Es); Chantelle Boye-Hlorkah; Inessa Kaagman; Chloe Kelly (Molly Pike); Esme Morgan; Hannah Cain; Lucy Graham (Abbey Leigh Stringer); Megan Finnigan; Maeve Clemaron
0 v 5 (Graham x2; Morgan; Kaagman; Cain)
Chloe Kelly – Since returning from injury, Kelly has been having a stand-out season for Everton. She was at her very best on Monday night, driving through the Bristol defence and exploiting the spaces. Whether breaking through midfield or out on the flank, she posed a constant danger with her desire to shoot and her delivery from the wide areas. An England call up to SheBelieves awaits and it is certainly deserved.
Hannah Cain’s volley – It may have been the goal to cap of a dominant Everton performance but Everton’s 5th goal was the best of the bunch. It was executed brilliantly from start to finish. Chantelle Boye-Hlorkah ran onto a long ball and held it up well in the box. Her cross found Cain in the centre who swivelled to volley it sweetly past Sophie Baggaley in the Bristol goal.
“Hannah [Cain]’s been working so hard to get her goal and deserved that tonight. She worked her backside off and got her reward in the end.” – Willie Kirk