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Arsenal have gone three points clear at the top of the table after they defeated Everton 3-0 to maintain their 100% record and keep a fourth straight clean sheet.
Katie McCabe opened the scoring just after the half hour mark and Lotte Wubben-Moy made it two before half time. The best was to come late on though as Frida Maanum rounded off the scoring late on with a powerful 25-yard strike which found the top corner.
Chelsea are up into second, their highest position of the season to date, with a 2-0 victory over Leicester City. The Blues needed to be patient as Leicester put up strong resistance throughout the match, with goalkeeper Kirstie Levell having a fine game. Chelsea made the breakthrough with seven minutes remaining with a goal from Pernille Harder, before Fran Kirby finally sealed the points in injury time.
Tottenham Hotspur's winning start to the season was brought to an end as they were beaten 2-1 by Brighton & Hove Albion. Lee Geum-Min put the Seagulls in front shortly before half time and Victoria Williams scored what proved to be the winner, despite Kit Graham pulling one back for Spurs with two minutes remaining.
Manchester Utd and Manchester City battled out a thrilling derby match which ended with honours even in a 2-2 draw. City, looking to end a run of three succesive defeats, were dealt a blow when Georgia Stanway was red carded for a high tackle on Leah Galton but three minutes later, they took the lead through a header from Khadija Shaw from a Demi Stokes centre. The game was turned on its head in four second half minutes, Lucy Staniforth turning in a cross from Ella Toone and Alessio Russo drilled United in front from the edge of the area. City's response was swift though and Ellen White followed up to slot in the equaliser, and earn her side a point, when she followed up to score after Jess Park's strike had come back off the bar.
West Ham Utd stay in the top half after sharing a 1-1 draw with Birmingham City, who picked up their first point of the season. After a goalless first half, Claudia Walker powered the Hammers in front nine minutes after the restart but the Blues were to hit back and Louise Quinn grabbed an equaliser to get the Blues off the mark.
After four defeats without a goal scored, Reading FC Women hit form on Sunday with a 3-0 victory against Aston Villa. Amalie Eikeland and Rachel Rowe scored in quick succession for the Royals during the first half and Natasha Dowie wrapped up the win for her side early in the second half.
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