Caitlin and Kim Steals the show
Watch Thottenham women vs Arsenal women highlights as Caitlin and Kim steals the show as they scores against thottenham at Breyer Group stadium.
Caitlin scored two goals and Kim Little scored a goal in an epic way asuuring the victory of the Arsenal over thottenham. With stina Blackstenius, Caitlin foord, Kim Little and Frida Maanum scores Man utd had a great win.
By this victory, Arsenal is only two points away from Chelsea. Arsenal maintained their WSL history good against Thottenham. It is a consecutive eighth win for Arsenal.
After three league games without a win between January and February, the Gunners have returned to form triumphantly, dispatching Liverpool, Reading and now Spurs in scintillating style.
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Blackstenius opened a goal for Arsenal in a old fashioned day, as having the starter goal it boosted up the on the confidence of Arsenal team. the Aussie forward has been directly involved in more league goals (10) than any Arsenal team-mate this season, scoring or assisting in her last three appearances.
Beth England netted a consolation from the penalty spot for the hosts (39), won by Ash Neville after her shot struck the arm of Katie McCabe, but Arsenal’s creativity and purpose outweighed that of Spurs in the second period, who remain winless in this fixture.
Little added to the scoreline from the spot (66), before Spurs’ resistance unravelled further as Foord scored her second of the afternoon and Maanum put the gloss on a ruthless attacking display with 13 minutes remaining.
Having scored just five goals in their last seven home encounters ahead of kick-off, Spurs knew the task of breaking down an Arsenal side who boast the best defensive record in the league was going to be tough.
Eidevall’s side played smarter, with more urgency and intensity as well as being clinical, which had been absent against Bayern Munich in the week.
They hit a brief stumbling block when England halved the deficit with a well-taken spot-kick but the second period proved to be all plain sailing, underlining Arsenal’s desire to remain in the WSL title hunt.
Little eased any lingering nerves with a characteristically composed penalty kick after the break, smashing the ball into the roof of the net after McCabe was upended, forcing the floodgates to open.
Spurs will be looking tentatively over their shoulder for the remainder of this disappointing season, but don’t face another top-four side until May, and should have enough to avoid any suggestion of slipping irreversibly towards relegation.
Jonas Eidevall on matcpost interview:
“Every game poses its different challenges but I think Stina gave us everything we needed from the start with her runs in behind. It’s very nice to see her taking that finish with her first touch, said Jonas Eidevall
“It starts with the way we attack. We were well positioned. We constantly overloaded them. We were always facing forward with the ball, and we’re good at arriving into the box with pace. We didn’t stop doing it.”
“I couldn’t care less,” he added, speaking about the supposed advantage of playing before other title challengers.
Vikcy Jepson on postmatch interview
“I’m disappointed. We’re all disappointed together. We should never concede as many goals as we have in a north London derby. Apologies to the fans because that isn’t acceptable said Vikcy Jepson
“Six games left and we always knew that this was not going to define us, we were underdogs, but what I can’t excuse is the way we’ve conceded goals today.
“At 2-1 we were still in the game, but once the third goes in that was the nail in the coffin that deflated us. We still worked until the final whistle but it just wasn’t enough.”