Arsenal and Manchester City recorded massive victories as they cruised via to the fifth spherical of the Women’s FA Cup towards lower-league opposition.
The Gunners’ targets have been shared amongst eight gamers of their 9-0 hammering of Leeds, with Stina Blackstenius the one participant to attain twice for the 14-time competitors winners.
Caitlin Foord put the hosts forward after 10 minutes, with Kathrine Moller Kuhl and a Kim Little penalty making it 3-0 earlier than half-time towards the National League Division One North guests.
The floodgates opened after the interval with additional targets from Lina Hurtig, Jen Beattie, Michelle Agyemang and Victoria Pelova, together with Blackstenius’ brace.
Shaw hat-trick as City thrash Sheffield United
Khadija Shaw scored a hat-trick as Manchester City sealed a dominant 7-0 conquer Championship facet Sheffield United.
Julie Blakstad registered a second-half double, with Chloe Kelly and Deyna Castellanos additionally on the right track.
England on the right track for five-star Spurs
Tottenham additionally eased previous their fourth-round opponents, beating Championship leaders London City Lionesses 5-0.
Bethany England opened the scoring for Rehanne Skinner’s facet within the eleventh minute, earlier than Mana Iwabuchi doubled their lead simply earlier than the break.
Second-half targets from Drew Spence and Eveliina Summanen, together with an personal purpose from Harley Bennett, rounded off a 5-0 win and a snug afternoon for Spurs.
Kerr helps Chelsea edge Liverpool
Australia ahead Sam Kerr notched a hat-trick as Chelsea edged Women’s Super League rivals Liverpool 3-2.
Kerr opened the scoring simply after the half-hour mark and added a second early within the second half to place the Blues within the driving seat.
Ceri Holland pulled one again for the guests however Kerr swiftly restored Chelsea’s cushion along with her third purpose earlier than a late Gemma Bonner effort arrange a decent end.
Man Utd, Reading progress
Nikita Parris hit a purpose in every half as Manchester United prevented an upset with a 2-1 triumph at Sunderland.
In the second all-WSL conflict of the day, Reading wanted a penalty shoot-out to progress after their match towards Leicester completed 2-2.
Reading received 3-2 on penalties, after Emma Mukandi scored a 102nd-minute leveller.
Aston Villa have been 6-0 up towards AFC Fylde after 26 minutes. It completed 11-0 to Carla Ward’s facet, with Rachel Daly scoring 4.
Elsewhere, Julia Olme hit two targets as Brighton breezed to a 7-0 success at West Brom whereas Championship facet Birmingham beat Everton 1-0.
Durham noticed off Crystal Palace 3-0, Cardiff received 4-1 at Burnley, Coventry defeated 10-player Hashtag United 4-0 and Lewes progressed courtesy of a 1-0 victory at Ipswich.
West Ham beat Wolves 2-0, Charlton have been 5-1 winners at Wimbledon and Bristol City overcame Oxford 4-0.