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Women’s Super League: Trio stay on the top

Also after Matchday 6 of the Women’s Super League Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea stay on the top with equal amount of points. United won against Everton and are still yet to concede, Arsenal conceded for the first time in the season but still won against West Ham United, while the Blues defeated Aston Villa.

Women’s Super League, Matchday 6

Sunday, 30th of October

Everton – Manchester United 0-3 (0-1)
Scorers: 13′ Nikita Parris (M), 55′ Leah Galton (M), 68+ Hayley Ladd (M)
Yellow cards: 47′ Gabrielle George (E), 79′ Hannah Blundell (M)

Arsenal – West Ham United 3-1 (1-1)
Scorers: 35′ Dagny Brynjarsdottir (W), 42′ Jordan Nobbs (A), 53′ Stina Blackstenius (A), 70′ Frida Maanum (A)
Yellow cards: 52′ Kate Longhurst (W), 57′ Thea Kyvag (W), 84′ Melissa Filis (W)

Reading FC – Leicester City 2-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 36′ Natasha Flint (L), 90′ Rachel Rowe (R), 90+2′ Rachel Rowe (R)
Yellow cards: 31′ Erin SImon (L), 33′ Shannon O’Brien (L), 45+2′ Faye Bryson (R), 60′ Rachel Rowe (R), 75′ Amalie Vevle Eikeland (R)

Brighton & Hove Albion – Tottenham Hotspur 0-8 (0-4)
Scorers: 2′ Molly Bartrip (T), 19′ Nikola Karczewska (T), 29′ Ashleigh Neville (T), 45+2′ Drew Spence (T), 56′ Ashleigh Neville (T), 58′ Drew Spence (T), 60′ Jessica Nhunga (T), 83′ Jessica Nhunga (T)
Yellow cards: 75′ Jessica Nhunga (T)

Manchester City – Liverpool 2-1 (1-1)
Scorers: 21′ Khadija Shaw (M), 33′ Katie Stengel (L), 75′ Hayley Raso (M)
Yellow cards: /

Chelsea – Aston Villa 3-1 (1-1)
Scorers: 22′ Lauren James (C), 38′ Rachel Daly (A), 47′ Lauren James (C), 63′ Sam Kerr (C)
Yellow cards: 45+1′ Laura Brown (A), 90′ Sophie Ingle (C)

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