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Women’s Super League: Arsenal defeated for the first time in the season

In Matchday 8 of the Women’s Super League Arsenal suffered the first defeat of the season. After a dramatic comeback in the last five minutes, Alessia Russo’s goal secured three points for Manchester United. The Gunners dropped to the second place, after Chelsea’s triumph against Tottenham. Arsenal and Man United are tied with 18 points but both with a game to play and a chance to join the Blues at the top.

Women’s Super League, Matchday 8

Sunday, 20th of November

Brighton & Hove Albion – Liverpool 3-3 (3-1)
Scorers: 17′ Missy Bo (L), 21′ Elisabeth Terland (B), 26′ Danielle Carter (B) pen, 34′ Katie Robinson (B), 76′ Shanice van de Sanden (L), 90+2′ Rachel Furness (L)
Yellow cards: 53′ Gilly Flaherty (L), 56′ Jasmine Matthews (L), 87′ Charlotte Wardlaw (L)

Chelsea – Tottenham 3-0 (3-0)
Scorers: 12′ Sam Kerr (C), 26′ Erin Cuthbert (C), 36′ Guro Reiten (C) pen
Yellow cards: 9′ Celin Bizet (T), 36′ Ashleigh Neville (T), 62′ Eveliina Summanen (T)

West Ham United – Leicester City 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 88′ Isibeal Atkinson (W)
Yellow cards: 46′ Claudia Walker (W), 56′ Viviane Asseyi (W)

Aston Villa – Reading FC 3-1 (2-1)
Scorers: 7′ Lauren Wade (R), 37′ Rachel Daly (A), 45+2′ Rachel Daly (A), 76′ Rachel Daly (A) pen
Yellow cards: /
Red cards: 65′ Jacqueline Burns (R)

Saturday, 19th of November

Arsenal – Manchester United 2-3 (0-1)
Scorers: 39′ Ella Toone (M), 46′ Frida Maanum (A), 73′ Laura Wienroither (A), 85′ Millie Turner (M), 90+1′ Alessia Russo (M)
Yellow cards: 43′ Nikita Parris (M), 76′ Hayley Ladd (M), 90+9′ Katie McCabe (A)

Everton FC – Manchester City 1-2 (1-1)
Scorers: 32′ Julie Blakstad (M), 40′ Rikke Sevecke (E), 49′ Khadija Shaw (M)
Yellow cards: 35′ Nathalie Bjorn (E), 38′ Deyna Castellanos (M), 87′ Chloe Kelly (M)

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