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Women’s Super League: Trio tied on the top

After Matchday 5 of the Women’s Super League, Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea all have 12 points, while the Gunners and the Red Devils still have a game to play and are yet to drop points.

Women’s Super League, Matchday 5

Sunday, 23rd of October

Liverpool – Arsenal 0-2 (0-2)
Scorers: 15′ Lia Walti (A), 22′ Frida Maanum (A)
Yellow cards: /

Leicester City – Manchester United 0-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 34′ Nikita Parris (M)
Yellow cards: 7′ Sophie Howard (L), 24′ Ashleigh Plumptre (L), 58′ Katie Zelem (M), 90+5′ Ella Toone (M)

West Ham United – Reading FC 3-2 (3-0)
Scorers: 4′ Dagny Brynjarsdottir (W), 22′ Viviane Asseyi (W), 29′ Viviane Asseyi (W), 75′ Charlie Wellings (R), 82′ Sanne Nielsen (R) pen
Yellow cards: 35′ Gemma Evans (R), 59′ Deanna Cooper (R), 61′ Lisa Evans (W), 77′ Abbey-Leigh Stringer (W), 79′ Charlie Wellings (R)

Brighton & Hove Albion – Chelsea 0-2 (0-0)
Scorers: 58′ Bethany England (C), 68′ Pernille Harder (C)
Yellow cards: 86′ Julia Zigiotti Olme (B)

Saturday, 22nd of October

Tottenham Hotspur – Manchester City 0-3 (0-1)
Scorers: 41′ Khadija Shaw (M), 47′ Khadija Shaw (M), 76′ Lauren Hemp (M)
Yellow cards: 45+5′ Aslheigh Neville (T), 55′ Chloe Kelly (M)

Aston Villa – Everton 0-1 (0-0)
Scorers: 57′ Lucy Graham (E)
Yellow cards: 40′ Rachel Corsie (A), 56′ Nathalie Bjorn (E)


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