Kim Little scores twice as Arsenal maintain 100% WSL start with West Ham rout
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rsenal claimed six of six wins in the Women’s Super League, beating West Ham 4-0 on Sunday.
Kim Little scored twice to reach 50 WSL goals and keep the Gunners atop the standings, with Beth Mead’s strike and an own goal from Grace Fisk adding to the rout.
Earlier on Sunday, Ria Percival struck deep into stoppage time to give Tottenham a 1-1 draw with Manchester United, her free kick from far to the left overtaking everyone and bouncing into the net to grab an unlikely point .
Spurs host Arsenal in a north London derby next weekend with a Champions League trip to Denmark HB Koge at the top of the Gunners on Wednesday.
Manchester City hammered Leicester 4-1 to leave the Foxes at the bottom of the table without points and the other wrestlers at Birmingham City, who have amassed one point so far, have been beaten 3-0 by Reading.
On Saturday, a Sophie Ingle goal gave defending champions Chelsea a 1-0 victory over Aston Villa, and Brighton & Hove Albion beat Everton 1-0 thanks to a strike from Aileen Whelan.
The weekend’s results leave Arsenal leading the table with 18 points, Chelsea second with 15 points and Tottenham two points further behind in third.
Reuters additional reports.
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