Arsenal broke their winless skid of two matches in all competitions with a 1-0 victory over Everton at Meadow Park to earn all three points and end their winless streak. Viviane Miedema scored the lone goal for Arsenal in the 24th minute, and Foord provided the assist.
With this goal, the Gunners were able to secure a crucial 1-0 win and keep their clean sheet. After their 1-0 victory, Arsenal moved up to second place in the Barclays League table, passing Chelsea to take the second spot with 21 points, while Everyone else fell to eighth place with 9 points.
At Old Trafford, Manchester United defeated Aston Villa by a score of 5-0, earning all three points and a win with a clean sheet at home. Zelem, Galton, Russo, Ona Batle, and Williams all scored for Man United in order to give the Red Devils their seventh win in the Women’s Super League so far this season.
As a result of the 5-0 victory, Manchester United moved into first place in the table of the Women’s Super League (WSL) with 21 points and an improved goal difference, while Aston Villa fell to sixth place with 12 points.