Fran Kirby netted her 50th goal in the Women’s Super League as Chelsea thumped Manchester United 6-1.
The forward joined Ellen White and Vivianne Miedema in the record books when tapping home from close range inside two minutes.
The goal was laid on a plate by Sam Kerr, who was later repaid the favour by Kirby with her goals on 41 and 51 minus.
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Those efforts came after the goal of the game by Pernille Harder who raced from the halfway line to score.
Drew Fleming and Jessie Fleming netted late on to complete the rout, with Alessia Russo’s effort for United proving nothing more than a consolation.
Jessica Naz’s late goal fired Tottenham to a 1-0 win over Reading. Spurs moved top of the table on the back of the victory.
Arsenal joined Tottenham at the top of the table on nine points after a thumping 5-0 win over Manchester City.
Miedema opened the scoring on 10 minutes, and Kim Little doubled the advantage before the break.
City were in the game until Katie McCabe added a third on the hour.
Little netted a second, and Leah Williamson wrapped up the scoring in injury-time - as USWNT star Tobin Heath made her Arsenal debut with an appearance from the bench.
Emily Gielnik‘s breakaway goal was enough to secure a 1-0 win for Aston Villa at previously unbeaten Brighton, while West Ham beat Leicester 4-0.
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