Kerr's back-heel helps Chelsea to 6-1 win

Sam Kerr may still be looking for her first goal for Chelsea, but the Matildas captain has produced another super backheel assist to help her side to a 6-1 win over Bristol City.

Kerr started on the bench in the English Women's Super League clash but like on her debut against Reading last week, Chelsea went 1-0 early in the game only to fight back to outclass their opponents.

Tanya Oxtoby's set up the opener in the 15th minute, with Ebony Salmon capitalising on a loose ball to open the scoring.

An equaliser from Beth England in the 28th minute put Chelsea level and the Blues continued to attack, netting a flurry of goals in the closing stages of the first half.

Defender Hannah Blundell worked well, scoring from a close range in the 40th minute, and a scramble in the penalty box saw Jess Carter score her first goal for the Blues, shooting into the bottom right corner in the 45th minute.

Shortly after, Ji So-yun fired home from outside the box, two minutes into added time

Kerr made her entrance in the second half and her audacious backheel set Ji grabbing her second goal in the 49th minute with England doing the same in the 82nd with a close-range header.

Kerr almost got off the mark late in the game when she took the ball around goalkeeper Sophie Baggaley, but was her goalbound effort was cleared off the line.