Women’s Super League Game week Six Round Up.

GAME week Six has been and gone, with all 12 teams having played this weekend, some won heroicly and some teams were caught slacking.

Manchester United hosted West Ham United at Leigh Sports Village, where the London side were caught sleeping both in attack and defence.

The Red Devils managed to score five past West Ham and goalie Mackenzie Arnold with Millie Turner and Lucia Garcia scoring crucial goals for United’s scoreline.

The Northern side are now third in the table behind Arsenal with the Hammers in ninth with only one win in five games with their next game against Aston Villa.

Liverpool travelled down to London to go up against Tottenham Hotspur where both teams were certainly challenged and pushed to their limits.

Spurs opened up the scoring after a single run by Celin Bizet Ildhusoy giving the hope of taking all three points away from The Reds, sending them back home with nothing.

Liverpool hit back in the middle of the second half, forcing The Lilywhites to share the points with the Merseyside team after they struggled to find a reply to the equaliser.

Next up was Brighton and Hove Albion up against Manchester City which would prove a tough test for the South Coast Side with them losing three games in a row then drawing one.

City put out a strong line up with the likes of Chloe Kelly, Jill Roord and Mary Fowler all in the starting XI and until the 80th minute both teams were at a deadlock.

Lee Geum – Min crushed The Cityzens 21 unbeaten home game run when she scored in the 81st minute but also making City fall down to sixth on the table.

Chelsea proved yet again they were a force to be reckoned with and a true title contender when they went up against Everton.

The Londoners put three past The Northern Side with star striker Sam Kerr netting her first of the season after struggling with minor injuries.

Youngster Aggie Beever – Jones came on against her old loan club even scoring against them making it her third of the season – Chelsea sit top of the WSL table with 16 points.

Newly promoted Bristol City hosted Aston Villa this week and all was to play for, Bristol had only won once and Villa were still yet to win and gain those three points.

The first half was quiet, no goals but The Villians were controlling the possession as well as shots on goal against The Robins.

Thanks to Ebony Salmon scoring Villa’s second goal, The Midlands team were able to secure their first win of the WSL season, narrowly taking them out of the relegation zone.

The last fixture of Game week Six consisted of Leicester City against Arsenal which statistically would have been an easy game for the Gunners.

The Foxes stunned the North London side when they hit two past their defence, within two minutes of each other.

In the second half The Reds certainly found a way to win the game, scoring 6 past Leicester with Caitlin Foord scoring her first of the campaign and Arsenal soaring to second in the table.

Come back next week for the Women’s Super League Weekly Round – Up.