When Chelsea bet on breaking the transfer market of women’s football and pay 350,000 euros, a figure that had never been reached until now, for Pernille Harder, I knew that I was signing a ‘top’ footballer.

The forward took only one game to show her class. The ‘blues’ started the season of the Women’s Premier League with a historic win over him Bristol, a 9-0 without palliative. The eighth of those nine goals came from Harder’s boots, specifically his heel.

The play speaks for itself. Bristol’s defense completely surpassed, interned throughout the middle of the rear, passed to the side and center to the Danish attacker who, as it arrived, instead of giving it easy, Heel touched to beat the rival goalkeeper.

As is logical, all her teammates went to congratulate her, since in addition to being a goal of undeniable quality, it is the first that the captain of the Danish team scores with the London team. The first of many, as promised after the game.