Arsenal ended their four-year wait for a trophy on Sunday with a 3-1 win over Chelsea in the Continental Cup final, picking up the first silverware of the Jonas Eidevall era.
The Gunners went into this game having only won one of their last 14 clashes with the Blues, the last of which came when Emma Hayes' side knocked them out of the FA Cup just seven days earlier.
However, things went much better for the team from north London on this occasion, with goals from Stina Blackstenius, Kim Little and a Niamh Charles own goal seeing them comeback to triumph, after Sam Kerr had put Chelsea ahead with only 98 seconds on the clock.
So, who shone on the big day and what impact could this result have going into the business end of the season? GOAL picks out the final's winners and losers...