Millie Bright's dipping strike has helped to clinch the Community Shield for Chelsea with a 2-0 victory over Manchester City as women's football resumed in England after a six-month absence.
"That is no accident," Chelsea manager Emma Hayes said of Bright.
"That is very well-rehearsed by her."
The centre-back produced a moment of quality in the 66th minute from outside the penalty area after Australian striker Sam Kerr squandered several chances for the Women's Super League champions.
"I think if you have got a striker who isn't creating chances, that's a concern," Hayes said.
"I think Sam has been outstanding in pre-season and I expect she'll be on the training pitch tomorrow working at finishing. But I'm not disappointed with anything in her game today."
The breakthrough came four minutes after City had Jill Scott sent off when she received a second booking for a sliding challenge on Ji So-Yun.
Erin Cuthbert powered the second goal into the roof of the net in the second minute of stoppage time at Wembley Stadium, where no fans could attend due to coronavirus restrictions.
The Community Shield was contested in the women's game for the first time in 12 years.
It was part of a double-header at Wembley, with the curtain-raiser to the men's season between Premier League champions Liverpool and FA Cup winners Arsenal taking place later on Sunday (AEST).
While the men's season was able to resume in June after a 100-day shutdown, the women's league was abandoned with Chelsea declared champions on a points-per-game calculation ahead of City.
Chelsea also won the League Cup on February 29 - the last day of competitive women's football in England before the coronavirus outbreak shut down sports.
The new WSL season is due to start next weekend and the incomplete 2019-20 FA Cup is still due to be completed with both City and Chelsea among the quarter-finalists.