July 21, 2024

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We now sit just a point behind the top of the table after goals from Cloe Lacasse and Kim Little in the first half earned the three points.

Two substitutions were made by Jonas Eidevall’s squad for the Conti Cup quarterfinal matchup against London City Lionesses: Sabrina D’Angelo and Beth Mead. Laia Codina made her first start in the WSL since October, the last time we played United, when both Amanda Ilestedt and Leah Williamson were absent from the matchday roster.

In the first few minutes, Nikita Parris took advantage of a careless back pass, giving our Gunners a nervous start. Sabrina D’Angelo was also compelled to leave her area in order to clear.

Man United kept up their crazy start to the game, but we maintained our composure in defense and found our rhythm moving forward.

After just ten minutes, our breakthrough came from a well-earned set piece. Emirates Stadium exploded when Man United forward Geyce turned Katie McCabe’s powerful delivery from a corner into the net.

Encouraged by the first goal, we went for a second, with Beth Mead and Cloe Lacasse on their respective wings giving the Red Devils a lot of trouble.

A brief free-kick at the halfway point found Mead, who curled a pass down the line to a charging Victoria Pelova. After the Dutch midfielder cut back on the ball, Lacasse was there to head past Mary Earps for her third goal in as many games, just as Katie Zelem tried to remove the danger.

The outcome was never in doubt after that as we chased a third goal nonstop, our wingers’ directness and pace repeatedly proving too much for United’s full-backs.

Before the break, Lacasse raced to the byline to see Mead waiting there. However, Gemma Evans’ ill-advised tackle took down Whitby’s winger before she could get a shot off. Kim Little did what Kim Little does well when the referee points to the spot: she hammered the penalty into the back of the net.

Since the first half had been almost decided, the second half required focus and sustained intensity.

There were numerous opportunities in the second half to increase our lead over United, who we hadn’t defeated in the league since 2021.

McCabe once attempted a spectacular cross, but Earps was able to gather before Stina Blackstenius received a touch. After a nice move by Kim Little, Beth Mead rattled the inside of the post a few minutes later, only to strike the woodwork once more after Maya Le Tissier deflected.

Though a one-on-one with Earps proved fruitless, Blackstenius, whose hold-up play and aggressive work down the channels was crucial throughout, came dangerously close to scoring as well.

Lucia Garcia scored a consolation goal at the far post in stoppage time as United caught us off guard with a corner, snatching a clean sheet right before our eyes.

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