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Chelsea remain first after derby, Women’s Super League, Matchday 20

Women’s Super League derby between leading Chelsea and 2nd placed Manchester City ended in a 2-2 draw. After Women’s Super League, Matchday 20, Chelsea remain first with 2 points advantage and 2 games to go.

21st of April

Manchester City –  Chelsea 2-2 (1-2)
25′ Sam Kerr (C), 29′ Chloe Kelly (M), 34′ Pernille Harder (C) pen, 74′ Lauren Hemp (M)
Yellow cards:
77′ Alex Greenwood (M)

24th of April

Aston Villa – Bristol City 2-2 (2-0)
Scorers: 3′ Meaghan Sargeant (A) og, 35′ Natalie Haigh (A), 74′ Faye Bryson (B), 90+5′ Ella Mastrantonio (B)
Yellow cards:
15′ Elisha N’Dow (A), 37′ Gemma Evans (B), 69′ Anita Asante (A)

25th of April

Manchester United – Tottenham 4-1 (3-0)
Scorers: 9′ Ella Toone (M), 19′ Christen Press (M), 31′ Jessica Sigsworth (M), 48′ Ella Toone (M) pen, 90+3′ Alanna Kennedy (T)
Yellow cards:
18′ Katie Zelem (M), 28′ Lucy Staniforth (M), 39′ Ashleigh Neville (T), 50′ Josie Green (T)

Birmingham City – Reading 1-1 (1-0)
Scorers: 6′ Ruby Mace (B), 63′ Rachel Rowe (R)
Yellow cards:
28′ Molly Bartrip (R), 52′ Fara Williams (R), 78′ Ruesha Littlejohn (B)

West Ham United – Everton 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: /
Yellow cards:
72′ Rikke Laentver Sevecke (E)

Arsenal – Brighton 2-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 27′ Jordan Nobbs (A), 77′ Jordan Nobbs (A)
Yellow cards:
73′ Jill Roord (A), 86′ Danielle van de Donk (A)

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