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Chelsea and Manchester United defeated, FA Super League Matchday 14

Reading won against Manchester United, which was the first defeat at home after almost one year. But Chelsea also surprisingly lost at home against Brighton, so both teams remain on top of the FA Super League with 32 points (Chelsea with one game less).

6th of February

Aston Villa – Tottenham 1-0 (1-0) 
12′ Mana Iwabuchi (A)
Yellow cards: 67′ Aurora Mikalsen (T), 85′ Alanna Kennedy (T), 90+11′ Elisha N’Dow (A)

7th of February

Manchester United – Reading 0-2 (0-0) 
63′ Natasha Harding (R), 65′ Danielle Carter (R)
Yellow cards: 74′ Jessica Sigsworth (M), 85′ Emma Mitchell (R)

Chelsea – Brighton 1-2 (1-1) 
5′ Sam Kerr (C), 8′ Aileen Whelan (B), 78′ Megan Connolly (B)
Yellow cards: 90+3′ Libby Bance (B)

Everton – Birmingham City 1-1 (1-1) 
22′ Danielle Turner (E), 34′ Jamie-Lee Napier (B)
Yellow cards: 41′ Chloe McCarron (B), 66′ Rebecca Holloway (B), 87′ Emma Kelly (B), 88′ Jill Scott (E), 90+3′ Ruesha Littlejohn (B)
Events: 34′ Claudia Walker missed penalty (B)

Arsenal – Manchester City 1-2 (0-1) 
24′ Ellen White (M), 57′ Caitlin Foord (A), 79′ Lauren Hemp (M)
Yellow cards: 71′ Lucy Bronze (M)

West Ham – Bristol City 1-1 (0-1) 
7′ Emily van Egmond (B) og, 49′ Katerina Svitkova (W)
Yellow cards: 17′ Mayumi Pacheco (W), 45+2′ Jemma Purfield (B), 62′ Katerina Svitkova (W), 64′ Yana Daniels (B)


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