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Women’s Super League: Arsenal comeback for the new three points

In Matchday 10 of the Women’s Super League, Leicester City got their first three points with a win over Birmingham City. Half of the matches were postponed due to the Covid outbreaks. In a postponed game against Brighton, Arsenal scored twice in the second half to overturn the deficit from the first half.

Women’s Super League, Matchday 10

Thursday, 27th of January

Arsenal – Brighton & Hove Albion 2-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 15′ Emma Koivisto (B), 55′ Vivianne Miedema (A), 60′ Beth Mead (A)
Yellow cards: 24′ Ellie Brazil (B), 54′ Maya Le Tissier (B), 60′ Victoria Williams (B)

Wednesday, 26th of January

Chelsea – West Ham United 2-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 51′ Bethany England (C), 82′ Erin Cuthbert (C)
Yellow cards: 17′ Lucy Parker (W), 20′ Hawa Cissoko (W)

Sunday, 19th of December

Manchester United – Aston Villa 5-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 8′ Ella Toone (M), 13′ Katie Zelem (M) pen, 50′ Lucy Staniforth (M), 73′ Martha Thomas (M), 79′ Ella Toone (M)
Yellow cards: 52′ Ruesha Littlejohn (A), 76′ Kirsty Hanson (M), 81′ Sarah Mayling (A), 87′ Chantelle Boye-Hlorkah (A), 90+1′ Hayley Ladd (M)

Tottenham Hotspurs – Everton 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 51′ Jessica Nhunga (T)
Yellow cards: 14′ Jessica Nhunga (T), 39′ Aurora Galli (E), 43′ Lucy Graham (E), 56′ Ashleigh Neville (T)

Leicester City – Birmingham City 2-0 (1-0) 
Scorers: 18′ Sophie Howard (L), 74′ Sam Tierney (L)
Yellow cards: 36′ Jamie Finn (B), 84′ Ashleigh Plumptre (L), 90+2′ Esmee de Graaf (L)

Arsenal – Brighton postponed due to Covid-19

Manchester City – Reading postponed due to Covid-19

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