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Miedema scores as Arsenal brush Reading aside while Everton win crucial at Villa

VIVIANNE MIEDEMA opened the door as Arsenal beat Reading miserably in a painful 4-0 loss at Meadow Park.

The Dutchman’s goal was one of the goals that made it difficult for the Royals when the Gunners were 5 points behind Chelsea.

Vivianne Miedema opened the scoring for Arsenal's 12th goal against Reading at WSL

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Vivianne Miedema opened the scoring for Arsenal’s 12th goal against Reading at WSLCredit: Reuters
Kim Little and Natasha Harding pose with the Ukrainian flag before the start of the match

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Kim Little and Natasha Harding pose with the Ukrainian flag before the start of the matchCredit: Reuters

The showdown between the leaders and their sixth-placed rival was preceded by a show of solidarity with Ukraine after the Russian invasion.

Skiers Kim Little and Natasha Harding hold the Ukrainian flag in the center circle before starting with Arsenal players wear yellow and blue wristbands in the game.

And after the game, Leah Williamson shared a poignant message on social media.

In a message posted on the Twitter account, Williamson wrote: “While some of us struggle to figure out our role to play in helping Ukraine tomorrow, we must remember that it’s just ‘luck’ ‘ and circumstances separate us from being safe from watching football. the game and from not living in a war zone.”

Reading had a good chance earlier thanks to Natasha Dowie before the home team started to dominate with attacking play.

The WSL The leader scored three times in the first spell.

These include two goals in two minutes with McCabe burying a moment of recovery after Miedema scored her eighth goal in 14 games.

And Leah Williamson overtook Gemma Evans to top Arsenal’s third place by almost half an hour.

The second spell sees Kelly Chambers perform a triple change with Deanne Rose, Justine Vanhaevermaet and Rachel Rowe entering the fray.

Rose makes her presence felt Royal later counterattack.

The Canadian hit a dangerous low cross into the box with Rachel Rowe then tested Manuela Zinsberger from distance in the 59th minute.order minute.

And Beth Mead hit the furniture with her right foot after a precise pass from Williamson.

The home side continued to increase the lead as Stina Blackstenius scored her second goal of the season with a close effort.

Aurora Galli was Everton's target in 0-1 loss to Aston Villa

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Aurora Galli was Everton’s target in 0-1 loss to Aston VillaCredit: Getty

Elsewhere, Everton ended a 10-match winless streak with a tough 1-0 away win over Aston Villa.

The showdown that saw Villa’s Sarah Mayling and the Toffees’ Kenza Dali was booked after falling into a contention in the second half.

A late strike from the Aurora Galli saw the Walton Hall Park club overtake Leicester to go their tenth before March 12order clash with the foxes.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/17826662/miedema-arsenal-reading-villa-wsl/ Miedema scores as Arsenal brush Reading aside while Everton win crucial at Villa

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