This win means that City still has a small chance of competing for the WSL title
Manchester City Women’s team climbed to the second position in the Women Super League table after a 6-2 victory over WestHam United. Jamaica’s Khadija Shaw was one of the goal scorers in the memorable routing. This win means that City still has a small chance of competing for the WSL title.
The game began with quickfire goals from Man City’s Chloe Kelly. The first goal came in the 6th minute. This was was followed by another quick goa in the 7th minute. Kelly’s first goal came after capitalizing from a loose ball from Hawa Cissoko. She proceeded to strike a quick ball that caught goalkeeper Mackenzie Arnold off guard.
Jamaican Khadija Shaw created the second goal after delivering a perfect through ball to Kelly. The English striker produced a brilliant arrowed shot that flew from 20 yards out.
WestHam had squandered an early opportunity that fell to Vivianne Asseyi just minutes after kick-off. However, the Hammers got another chance after Kelly’s second goal. Emma Snerle’s struck a long shot from outside the box. This shot found it’s way through the guard of teenage goalkeeper Khiara Keating. Emma Snerle’s goal came in the 11th minute.
Laura Coombs responded with another goal that put Manchester City even further ahead. This one arrived in the 25th minute.
The two teams went into halftime with a scoreline of 3-1.
Manchester City continued with their rout when Jamaican striker “Bunny” Shaw popped up with another goal in the 62nd minute. Steph Houghton stamped City’s authority with another 65th minute goal.
The Hammers responded with their second goal when Lisa Evans scored a beauty in the 72nd minute. City closed the show with a late goal that was scored by Mary Fowler in the 82nd minute.