Arsenal Women remain top of the FA WSL after two weeks following their 9-1 victory over West Ham. Arsenal took full control in an eight minute spell in the first half, with goals from Vivianne Miedema, Kim Little, and Beth Mead. A four minute period in the second half, which saw two goals from Jill Roord, who scored a hat trick, and another for Miedema, fully ended the game as a contest and put it into demolition territory.
West Ham (4-3-3): Arnold; Pacheco, Vetterlein, Flaherty, Fisk; Katerina Svitkova (Redisch 46’), Dali (Van Egmond 46’), Cho, Leon (Kiernan 72’), Daly, Lehmann (Grant 66’)
Substitutes not used: Brosnan, Mustafa, Longhurst, Dunbar-Bonnie, Cruickshank
Goals: Dali 27’
Arsenal (4-2-3-1): Zinsberger, Maritz, Schnaderbeck (Gut 68’), Williamson, Catley (McCabe 22’), Roord (Foord 57’), Wälti, Kim Little (Van de Donk 57’), Nobbs, Miedema, Mead (Evans 57’)
Substitutes not used: Stenson, Maier, Mace
Goals: Roord 23, 52, 56, Miedema 34, 54, Little 40, Mead 42, Williamson 72, Foord 86