West Ham shock Manchester City with 2-0 WSL win

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MANCHESTER, England, Oct 3 (Reuters) – West Ham United pulled off a shock 2-0 win away to Manchester City to rise to fourth within the Women’s Super League desk on Sunday, whereas Tottenham Hotspur went second with a 2-0 win over newcomers Leicester City.

Dagny Brynjarsdottir broke the impasse with a header for West Ham six minutes earlier than the break and although Ellen White had a aim for City dominated out for offside, the Hammers defended bravely earlier than Yui Hasegawa added a second aim in stoppage time to seal the win.

Tottenham cruised to their fourth straight win because of objectives from Rachel Williams and Angela Addison, and Everton had been additionally winners away from residence as they notched up a 3-0 victory over Reading, with all of the objectives coming within the first half.

Arsenal high the desk on 12 factors with Spurs second on aim distinction and Chelsea third on 9 factors. Birmingham City tackle Manchester United in a while Sunday.

Reporting by Philip O’Connor; enhancing by Clare Fallon

Soccer Football - Women's Super League - Manchester City v West Ham United - Manchester City Academy Stadium, Manchester, Britain - October 3, 2021 West Ham United's Dagny Brynjarsdottir celebrates scoring their first goal Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith

Soccer Football - Women's Super League - Manchester City v West Ham United - Manchester City Academy Stadium, Manchester, Britain - October 3, 2021 West Ham United's Yui Hasegawa celebrates scoring their second goal with Dagny Brynjarsdottir, Yui Hasegawa and Adriana Leon Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith

Soccer Football - Women's Super League - Manchester City v West Ham United - Manchester City Academy Stadium, Manchester, Britain - October 3, 2021 West Ham United's Hawa Cissoko in action with Manchester City's Lauren Hemp Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith