Manchester United beat Tottenham to win Women’s FA Cup final

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Manchester United have won the Women’s FA Cup final, beating Tottenham 4-0 at Wembley Stadium.

The goals came from Ella Toone, Rachel Williams, and Lucia Garcia who scored a brace.

United head coach Marc Skinner’s side had the better of the chances throughout the match.

But they only broke the deadlock on the stroke of half-time when midfielder Toone unleashed a powerful strike from outside the area into the top corner.

Spurs, playing in their first Women’s FA Cup final, capitulated after the break and conceded twice in quick succession.

A header from Williams made it 2-0 before Garcia pounced on a poor pass from goalkeeper Becky Spencer to make it 3-0 in the 57th minute.

Garcia added another via a deflection in the 74th minute as United made amends for losing in last year’s final to Chelsea by clinching their first major trophy since reforming in 2018.

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