Doubles from Lily Agg and Liz Ejupi gave Charlton a 4-0 victory against Leicester City to keep up the pressure at the top of the FA Women’s Championship.

It was a dominating display by the visitors who made it seven wins out of ten in the league.

Charlton dominated from the opening whistle with their high pressing game forcing Leicester into mistakes.

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It was this tactic that led to the opener when Ejupi forced Demi Lambourne into a mistake and found Agg who volleyed into the top corner.

Agg was causing the Foxes all sorts of problems and could have scored a hat-trick in the first 20 minutes.

She had a free-kick which went inches over the post and minutes later Charlotte Gurr punished some sloppiness in midfield and found Agg whose strike cannoned off the post.

After continued pressure throughout the half Charlton were able to get a second after 40 minutes when Ejupi bundled the ball home after a goalmouth scramble.

Leicester brought on Freda Ayisi and Nicole Nymoen for the second half to try and get back into the game, but it didn’t take long for Charlton to run away with the match.

Ejupi got her second just four minutes into the half before Agg headed in a fourth 60 seconds later.

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There was further concern for Leicester when Rosie Axten hobbled off the pitch following a coming together with an injury.

The hosts regained their composure but Charlton were more than comfortable and took an impressive away victory.

Charlton athletic manager Riteesh Mishra: “We planned on it being a very tough game and we know Leicester are an incredibly fit athletic team. I think their league position is probably a false reflection of where they are at.

“They’ve got some very dangerous players. We came into the game well prepared but you never know against teams like this. They started off quite brightly but we began to gain composure and we really could have the game killed off in the first half but our finishing let us down a little bit.

“Our high pressing game is something we worked on. We can play in a variety of ways. I think on the surface today, if you put high pressure on we can force them into mistakes and that seemed to work for us.”

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