Sam Kerr netted her fourth goal of the English Women’s Super League season as Chelsea won 3-0 over Tottenham on Sunday.
Kerr opened the scoring in the 12th minute, from a Millie Bright ball in behind the Spurs defence, with the Matildas captain calmly slotting in a shot past the goalkeeper and three backtracking defenders.
The goal was Kerr’s sixth goal against Spurs, and her eighth for Chelsea in all competitions this season.
Kerr fired a tame left-foot shot at the Spurs keeper in the 23rd minute while the Australian’s cross found Guro Reiten in the 47th minute but her header was comfortably saved.
Caitlin Foord and Steph Catley were both in action as Arsenal’s 14-game winning run came to an end after conceding twice late in a 3-2 loss to Manchester United on Saturday.
Foord started and was subbed off in the 95th minute, while Catley put in a full shift as United netted an 85th-minute Miller Turner equalizer, before Alessia Russo’s winner in the 91st minute.
Foord almost got on the end of a Beth Mead pass in the box late in the first half in her brightest attacking moment.
The result means United move level on points with the Gunners at the top of the table, with Arsenal ahead on goal difference.
Mary Fowler was an 82nd minute substitute while Hayley Raso and Alanna Kennedy were both absent as Manchester City won 2-1 at Everton on Saturday.
Clare Wheeler was a 66th minute substitute for the Toffees, while Raso didn’t face her former club with her absence not explained, but potentially due to the long travel after Matildas duty. Kennedy is close to returning from a shoulder injury.
Mackenzie Arnold was back in goal for West Ham United after a niggle and kept a clean sheet in a 1-0 home win over Leicester City.
Emily Gielnik was back after a calf injury for Aston Villa but remained an unused sub in a 3-1 win over Reading.
In Denmark’s Kvindeliga, Matilda McNamara put in a full shift as AGF won 1-0 over Sundby on Saturday.
Winonah Heatley was an unused sub for Nordsjaelland as they lost 4-0 at Thy ThistedQ on Sunday.
Lydia Williams was absent as PSG won 3-0 at Bordeaux in the French Feminine Division 1 on Sunday.
PSG are just behind Ellie Carpenter‘s leaders Olympique Lyon who won 1-0 over Le Havre on Sunday. Carpenter remains out with an ACL injury.