Kim Little made her her 100th FA WSL appearance for Arsenal against Manchester United on Sunday as the Gunners won 2-0

Arsenal v Manchester City - FA Women s Super League - Meadow Park Arsenal s Kim Little celebrates scoring their side s fourth goal of the game from the penalty spot with team-mates during the FA Women s Super League match at Meadow Park, Borehamwood. Copyright: Dominic Lipinksi
Arsenal v Manchester City – FA Women s Super League – Meadow Park Arsenal s Kim Little celebrates scoring their side s fourth goal of the game from the penalty spot with team-mates during the FA Women s Super League match at Meadow Park, Borehamwood. Copyright: Dominic Lipinksi

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The two teams went head-to-head with a 12.15 kick-off at Leigh Sports Village.

A second half goal from Vivianne Miedema, ensuring she becomes the first player in league to have scored against every team she has faced and a Kate McCabe penalty sealed the points.

McCabe also moved into 3rd place in the list of Arsenal’s all-time assist makers:

  • 35 Carney
  • 34 Mead
  • 29 McCabe
  • 28 Kirby, Nobbs, Williams
  • 27 Miedema

Arsenal also managed to hit the woodwork a couple of times:

Leigh Williamson was, of course, missing due to the significant hamstring injury she picked up that is likely to keep her out for the rest of the calendar year.

Kim Little was subbed off at halftime with tightness in her groin.

The game was live on BBC Two, The FA Player and BBC iPlayer.

The Arsenal team in full:

Zinsbeger, Maritz, Wubben-Moy, Beattie, Catley, Walti, Maanum, Little, Mead, Miedema, McCabe.

Arsenal subs vs Manchester United

Williams, Stenson, Goldie, Patten, Nobbs, Houssein, Parris, Foord

Manchester United women’s team

Earps; Ona, Mannion, Thorisdóttir, Blundell; Zelem, Staniforth; Hanson, Toone, Galton; Russo.

Manchester United women’s subs: Baggaley, Boe Risa, Ladd, F. Fuso, Smith, Turner, Jones

https://twitter.com/ManUtdWomen/status/1462379077378224134

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