Chelsea Ladies got their Champions League campaign off to a dream start as they beat Glasgow City 1-0.
In the first leg of their round of 32 tie, Fran Kirby scored the winner to give the Blues an advantage in the second leg.
Fresh from winning the WSL1 title last Sunday, Emma Hayes’ side failed to create many clear cut chances in the first half.
However, five minutes before the interval, Kirby struck with Chelsea’s first shot on target to put the home side into the lead, turning defender Cheryl McCulloch before striking via the crossbar.
Ji So-Yun went close to doubling Chelsea’s lead when she fired over after being found by Gemma Davison’s cross.
The Scots rarely threatened on the night, with visiting keeper Lee Alexander producing a number of saves, including a late stop to deny substitute Ana Borges from close range.