Manchester City women’s 3 – 0 Manchester United for women


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Caroline Ware’s astonishing chip sealed an unforgettable 3-0 win for Manchester City over rivals Manchester United in the Women’s Super League on Friday evening, as she spotted Mary Airbus off her streak and put the ball right into the far corner six minutes before the end. City raised above their opponents in the table. Lucy Bronze (23) and Lauren Hemp (71) put Gareth Taylor’s team in control on a very cold night as United struggled to breach their midfield defense, and a win took them to second place, just two points behind leaders Chelsea and one point above United. Who played more matches than the two teams above them, how did City jump on United … After a boring opening quarter of the match, the first shot in the evening brought the first goal and let Casey Stoney pull her hair on the sideline. . The United manager has made it clear that she is not satisfied with her team’s defense as Reading scored two goals from two groups at the end of last week but it is clear that lessons have not been learned. They failed to clear a corner kick for City on the front post and Bronze was on hand to fire the ball into the bottom corner from a distance of 10 yards. Photo: Manchester City celebrating Lucy Bronze’s opening goal against Manchester United dominated possession and slammed into dangerous territory without creating a large number of chances before the break. Eileen White’s acrobatic attempt after her initial effort was impeded, Earbes only saved the first half, while the Haile Ladd hemisphere where City failed to deal with a free kick was United’s only chance. The two teams came out with renewed strength after the end of the first half. White saw a shot that Earbes pushed away before Christine Press scored twice for United. The first was directly at Eli Robock after he interfered in the penalty area and the second was a powerful shot that was saved by Bronze. Photo: Lauren Hemp (right) celebrates scoring Manchester City’s second goal, just as Stony indicated her intention to go ahead by sending Jessica Segsworth in place of Ladd, City doubled their lead. Chloe Kelly ‘effort is struck by the Earps, only to fall at hemp feet. She fired her effort straight on the ground, but she did the trick as she bounced into the net across United’s header and the underside of the bar, nearly pulled back her goal shortly after, she led the United defense and found the side nets from the edge of the box and Ware saw her low effort was collected by Airbus. United’s closest match finally came when Bryce thought she had turned Robock, only to see the goalkeeper dive in to clear her out from a tight angle. Photo: Eli Robock wipes the ball before Christine Press rushes, and the moment of the match’s crowning came in the final stages. It preceded Weir in this match after their goal in their 1–0 win over Al Etihad last season was nominated for a FIFA Puskas Award and the proceedings lit up again. The Scotsman caught a loose ball at the edge of the penalty area and took one luck before cutting the ball over the stranded strand in the back of the net, so what, the two teams will now have a rest before their next confrontation with international matches scheduled for next weekend. Man City travels to Birmingham on February 28. The next Manchester United match at home will be a match with Aston Villa on March 7.


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