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City beat Reading with a late goal, Women’s Super League, Matchday 18

In Women’s Super League, Matchday 18, Manchester United hosted West Ham on Old Trafford. Goals from James and Press brought the win for the Reds.

27th of March

Manchester United – West Ham 2-0 (0-0)
49′ Lauren James (M), 55′ Christen Press (M)
Yellow cards:
61′ Amy Turner (M), 65′ Laura Vetterlein (W), 67′ Ona Batlle (M), 90+4′ Jessica Sigsworth (M), 90+8′ Hayley Ladd
Red cards: 77′ Laura Vetterlein (W) 2nd yellow

Tottenham – Arsenal 0-3 (0-2)
26′ Caitlin Foord (A), 35′ Vivianne Miedema (A), 61′ Katie McCabe (A)
Yellow cards:
22′ Abbie McManus (T), 30′ Caitlin Foord (A)

Manchester City – Reading 1-0 (0-0)
87′ Chloe Kelly (M)
Yellow cards:
40′ Natasha Harding (R), 45′ Lucy Bronze (M), 47′ Lily Woodham (R), 78′ Amalie Vevle Eikeland (R), 86′ Deanna Cooper (R), 90+2′ Molly Bartrip (M)

28th of March

Brighton – Everton 0-5 (0-2)
24′ Izzy Christiansen (E) pen, 25′ Hayley Raso (E), 48′ Hayley Raso (E), 64′ Simone Magill (E), 79′ Hayley Raso (E)
Yellow cards:
38′ Claire Emslie (E), 50′ Danique Kerkdijk (B), 68′ Poppy Pattinson (E)

Chelsea – Aston Villa 2-0 (1-0)
24′ Sam Kerr (C), 57′ Sam Kerr (C)
Yellow cards:

Birmingham City – Bristol City 1-1 (0-1)
13′ Charlie Wellings (Bri), 58′ Christie Murray (Bir)
Yellow cards:
23′ Rebecca Holloway (Bir), 42′ Ruesha Littlejohn (Bir), 64′ Charlie Wellings (Bri), 82′ Gemma Evans (Bri), 85′ Kiera Skeels (Bri)


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