WSL: Manchester United comes on top versus Birmingham City

Shubham Singh
04 Oct 2021
08:15
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WSL: Manchester United comes on top versus Birmingham City

In the Women’s Super League, Manchester United beat Birmingham City two-nil. Manchester got one-nil in the first half and then finished the deal with another goal in the second half. The first goal came at the twenty-seventh-minute mark; Hannah Blundell passed the ball to Leah Galton who nailed a goal using her left foot from the center of the box.

Hannah Blundell once again came into the picture in the second half when at the eighty-minute mark, she launched a pass to Ella Toone who converted a goal from close range. Manchester United dominated the possession with 71% control, had 2 shots on target on 15 attempts, both resulting in conversions. United is now at the fourth spot in the WSL table.

Here is the list of league leaders in goals and assists:

Goals Assists
(Chelsea) Samantha Kerr: 5(Chelsea) Fran Kirby: 4
(Arsenal) Kim Little, Vivianna Miedema: 4(Arsenal) Beth Mead: 3
(Arsenal) Beth Mead: 3(Manchester United) Ella Toone: 3
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