Leaders Manchester United scored two goals to ensure that the women’s super league of Manchester City starts undefeated against their rivals.

Chloe Kelly and Laura Coombs took advantage of United’s bad defense to give the city a 2-0 lead at halftime.

But two-time world champion Tobin Heath scored a goal for the home team 54 minutes later.

Kirsty Hanson replaced and then in 74 minutes brought a well-deserved equalizer to complete her famous comeback.

United could win the match in the 89th minute. Demi Stokes took Lucy Stanforth from the penalty area line to win the second minute.

United’s noisy neighbours now beat-Team WSL

United, who played the last five games of the championship that started the tournament, took first place in the WSL table with their last 1-0 victory over Arsenal.

But it was the city of the first stage of the race with Alex Greenwood, and Georgia Stanway saw the performance saved by Red Devil goalie Mary Earps after the opening night of Kelly.

Gareth Taylor’s men scored three or four goals at halftime, with Kelly and Sam Mewis last before Coombs finished second.

United, however, was the team that turned the game around in the second half, and Heath’s powerful strike, after the concentration of city defense had disappeared, was only a reward for the initial pressure.

Replace Hanson and complete your return by piercing a patchwork corner on the watch for 16 minutes.

Both teams pushed towards the winning goal, the hosts came close when Stokes led Staniforth’s header from a corner.

Captain City and England’s Steph Houghton finished the match in pain after receiving their knee in the back just before the full time, but Taylor said it was nothing serious.

The draw means that the winner of the AFA Cup will remain in fifth place in the WSL standings, while United will remain in first place for Sunday’s Arsenal-Chelsea match.

Casey Stony Casey Stony’s rivals are invincible in their last eight championship games.

This is the huge.

It’s only the third year. Our expectations and visions haven’t changed, the United Stony manager told Manchester Radio. We just try to stay inside us and around us as long as possible (from above).

It is a great achievement of the group, this (result) is enormous. In peace you must regain your faith and believe that you can turn it around.

That was my main message half the time, that we can turn things around if we just stop.

We’re in a 2-0 game, we know that as soon as we score the first goal, we’ll be back. Then we’ll have a second, and I think there could be a third.

You should be very pleased.

Gareth Taylor, City Manager of Manchester, told Radio Manchester…

To be 2-0, to be so controlled in the first half, to have so many chances, it is disappointing. We’ve always known that 2-0 is not easy to handle in football.

I thought it was a classic second-hand game. We completely dominated the first half, we played very well and we couldn’t continue in the second half.

You scored your first goal out of nowhere and then you confronted him with a goal.


Men LLC Women

  • 27Arps
  • 17-pendulum
  • 4Turner
  • 21Dreherin
  • 11Galton
  • 12 steps
  • 14Green
  • 9SigsworthReplaced by Hansonat 45 minutes.
  • 7 Sound
  • 77HeathSubstituted forStaniforthat 71’minutes
  • 24PressReserved at 46’minutesSwap for Jamesat 55’minutes


  • 1Ramsay
  • 3Okvist
  • 10Zelem
  • 16 Jacob
  • 18 Hanson
  • 19Ross
  • 37 Stand-alone shape

Urban women

  • 26Remuneration
  • 20Bronze
  • 6Houghton
  • 27Green tree
  • 3Stokes
  • 22Mouse
  • 24 Welsh
  • 7KumbsReplaced by a Weyrat 85’min.
  • 9KellyBox in 45 minutes.
  • 18WhiteReplacement forBeckieat 76’minutes
  • 10StanwayReplaced by racket 88’minutes


  • 1Bardsley
  • 4Giving
  • 8Scott
  • 11Becks
  • 14Morgan
  • 16Park
  • 19Weir
  • 21Lavella

Real-time text

  1. End of game, Manchester United Women 2, Manchester City Women 2.
  2. End of the second half, Manchester United Women 2, Manchester City Women 2.
  3. Foul in Jessica Park (Manchester women).
  4. Amy Turner (Manchester United Women) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
  5. I missed a shot. Chloe Kelly (Manchester City Women) shot too high with her right leg from outside the penalty area. Supported by Demi Stokes.
  6. Corner, Manchester United Women. The Ellie Robuck renunciation.
  7. The attempt is blocked. Lucy Stanifort (Manchester United Women) captured at close range. Supported by Leah Galton with a cross.
  8. Corner, Manchester United Women. Admission of Samantha Mewis.
  9. Alex Greenwood (Manchester Women) is punished after committing an offence.
  10. Lauren James (Manchester United Women) wins the free kick in the attacking half.
  11. Replacements, women from Manchester. Jessica Park replaces Georgia Stanway.
  12. The attempt is blocked. Kira Walsh (Manchester City Women) shoots from midfield on her left leg.
  13. The attempt is blocked. Georgia Stanway (Manchester City Women), whose right foot shot is blocked from outside the penalty area. With the help of Chloe Kelly.
  14. Attempted rescue. A missed shot from Kirsty Hanson of Manchester United, from outside the penalty area, went through the opposition goal and into the middle of the net.
  15. Replacements, women from Manchester. Caroline Weir replaces Laura Combs.
  16. Manchester United Women. To Stephanie Houghton.
  17. Laura Coombs (Manchester Ladies) is punished after committing an offence.
  18. Amy Turner (Manchester United Women) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
  19. I missed a shot. Georgia Stanway (Manchester Women) misses the right cross from the penalty area with her left foot. With the support of Samantha Mewis after the situation on the ground.
  20. Lucy Bronze (Manchester Women) gets a free kick in the attacking half.

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