A GOAL from Tyldesley’s Ella Toone broke the deadlock at Wembley before Manchester United went on to win the Women's FA Cup for the first time in their history.

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United eventually rattled in a comfortable 4-0 victory over Tottenham at Wembley.

Toone, who started when United were narrowly beaten by Chelsea in the final a year ago, opened the scoring with a fine finish in first-half stoppage time.

Just as a goalless first half began to feel like an inevitability, Toone patiently weaved her way forward before unleashing a sumptuous strike from distance into the top corner.

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Rachel Williams, appearing in her fourth FA Cup final, nodded home nine minutes after the restart after rising highest to meet captain Kate Zelem's free-kick and directed her towering header into the back of the net.

And an error by Spurs keeper Becky Spencer gifted Lucia Garcia her first goal three minutes later.

Captain Bethany England came closest for Tottenham in their maiden FA Cup final with a crossbar-clipping header before Garcia bagged her brace and put the comeback firmly out of reach.

It is the first time since Birmingham's victory in 2012 - where Williams netted a crucial stoppage-time equaliser for the winners - that the cup hasn't been won by one of Arsenal, Chelsea or Manchester City.