Jacynta Galabadaarachchi came off the bench to provide two assists and score one goal as Celtic won 8-0 over Partick Thistle in the Scottish Women’s Premier League on Sunday.
The Australian forward was introduced in the 54th minute, and swung in a corner for Chloe Craig to nod home in the 65th minute.
Galabadaarachchi grabbed a goal of her own in the 72nd minute when she combined with Olivia Fergusson, who found her with a low pass for a first-time finish.
The 21-year-old Australia youth international whipped in a free-kick for Kelly Clark to score their eighth in the 81st minute.
'72 – Jaz!🔥 The substitutes combine and we're 6-0 up! Fergusson does brilliantly to run onto the long ball and drive it low for Jacynta who finds herself alone in the box and dispatches a first time finish! 🤩
— Celtic FC Women (@CelticFCWomen) January 22, 2023
Sam Kerr started Chelsea’s English Women’s Super League game against Liverpool on Sunday that was abandoned after only six minutes due to a frozen pitch.
Players kept slipping on the surface, with the referee quickly intervening, although question marks were raised about why the game actually started.
— Chelsea FC Women (@ChelseaFCW) January 22, 2023
Clare Wheeler started and played 63 minutes as Everton won 3-0 over Mackenzie Arnold‘s West Ham United. Arnold played a full game and wasn’t at fault for any of the goals.
On Friday, Hayley Raso was a 73rd minute substitute and Alanna Kennedy put in another full shift in defence as Manchester City drew 1-1 with Aston Villa.
Mary Fowler and Emily Gielnik were both unused subs for City and Villa respectively.
🔵 TEAM NEWS 🔵
XI | Roebuck, Morgan, Kennedy, Greenwood (C), Ouahabi, Hasegawa, Castellanos, Coombs, Kelly, Shaw, Hemp
— Man City Women (@ManCityWomen) January 21, 2023