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Women’s Super League: United beat Arsenal

In Matchday 18 of Women’s Super League, Manchester United beat Arsenal by 1-0 already on Wendesday. The Red Devils top the standings, three points ahead of Manchester City. Chelsea are third with two matches yet to play and four points deficit behind United.

Women’s Super League, Matchday 18

Sunday, 23rd of April

MANCHESTER CITY – WEST HAM UNITED 6-2 (3-1)
Goals: 6’ Chloe Kelly (MANCHESTER CITY), 7’ Chloe Kelly (MANCHESTER CITY), 11’ Emma Snerle (WEST HAM UNITED), 25’ Laura Coombs (MANCHESTER CITY), 62’ Bunny Shaw (MANCHESTER CITY), 65’ Steph Houghton (MANCHESTER CITY), 72’ Lisa Evans (WEST HAM UNITED), 82’ Mary Fowler (MANCHESTER CITY)
Yellow cards: 83’ Viviane Asseyi (WEST HAM UNITED)

LIVERPOOL – BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION 2-1 (0-1)
Goals: 39’ Elisabeth Terland (BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION), 54’ Ceri Holland (LIVERPOOL), 70’ Ceri Holland (LIVERPOOL)
Yellow cards: 74’ Melissa Lawley (LIVERPOOL), 90+3’ Kayleigh Green (BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION)

READING – EVERTON 2-3 (2-1)
Goals: 2’ Justine Vanhaevermaet pen (READING), 17’ Justine Vanhaevermaet (READING), 41’ Hanna Bennison (EVERTON), 62’ Katja Snoeijs pen (EVERTON), 83’ Nicoline Sørensen (EVERTON)
Yellow cards: 45’ Rachel Rowe (READING)

TOTTENHAM – ASTON VILLA 3-3 (1-2)
Goals: 9’ Kirsty Hanson (ASTON VILLA), 21’ Rachel Daly (ASTON VILLA), 27’ Eveliina Summanen (TOTTENHAM), 47’ Eveliina Summanen (TOTTENHAM), 59’ Bethany England (TOTTENHAM), 84’ Rachel Daly (ASTON VILLA)
Yellow cards: 75’ Kirsty Hanson (ASTON VILLA)

Wednesday, 19th of April

MANCHESTER UNITED – ARSENAL 1-0 (1-0)
Goals: 45+6’ Alessia Russo (MANCHESTER UNITED)
Yellow cards: 34’ Katie Zelem (MANCHESTER UNITED), 45’ Gio (ARSENAL), 45+3’ Hayley Ladd (MANCHESTER UNITED), 85’ Ona Batlle (MANCHESTER UNITED), 90+5’ Hannah Blundell (MANCHESTER UNITED)

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