Chloe Kelly Bio
The 24-year-old began her expert football career with Arsenal and has now fired England to Women’s Euro 2022 brilliance with the match winner against Germany.
The most youngest of seven siblings, Chloe Kelly was seldom seen without a ball at her feet as a kid. The 24-year-old has attributed her movement to her early stages of playing road football with her five siblings.
Hailing from the capital, Chloe’s football career started in 2015 when she played for Arsenal. In any case, first-team open doors were rare so she changed to Everton prior to tracking down a long-lasting home with Manchester City.
During her time at Everton, she scored nine goals in 12 games during the 2019-20 FA WSL season, which assisted the club in climbing the table to the 6th spot. The Londoner was named the association’s Player of the Month and was shortlisted one more month around the same time.
Chloe announced her two-year agreement with Manchester City in July 2020 and not long after was named in the PFA WSL Team of the Year. The lioness kept flourishing when she scored against Tottenham Hotspur lifting her team to a 4-1 win.
Her obligation to football started during her team’s 3-1 loss to Chelsea a couple of days later when she scored from the spot in the 73rd minute for Man City’s only goal of the
match. Unfortunately, everything went horribly wrong in 2021 when Chloe experienced a front cruciate knee tendon (ACL) injury.
Chloe Kelly knee injury:
Chloe had scored two times in a 4-0 win against Birmingham in 2021, yet was involved in a collision with Rebecca Holloway, which saw her leave the pitch with knee support.
She sustained an ACL injury and was laid off the pitch for a very long time, which saw her miss the Olympics. Fortunately, she recuperated so as to make the England Euro 2022 squad
Chloe Kelly Euro 2022
After extra time at Wembley Stadium, England prevailed against Germany by a score of 2-1 thanks to a goal scored by Kelly.
By: Randy Osei Akoto Citixen