Defending FA Women's Super League champions Chelsea bounced back from their loss to Arsenal last week by thumping Everton 4-0.
Star duo Fran Kirby and Sam Kerr were on target, the latter on two occasions, as Everton were comprehensively beaten.
Kirby’s opener was deserving of setting up a win, as she took possession on the edge of the area, tricked her way into space before deftly chipping the ball into the far corner.
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Tottenham came from behind to claim a 2-1 win at Manchester City.
City - who went unbeaten at home last season - led through an early goal from Lauren Hemp, but Spurs fought back superbly and were level shortly past the hour thanks to Rachel Williams’ goal.
Spurs secured the win in controversial circumstances. The record books will show the winner was an own goal from City goalkeeper Karima Benameur Taieb but that does not tell the whole story as Spurs forward Rosella Ayane went for a header but made no contact and deflected the ball goalwards with her outstretched arm.
The ball hit the post and rebounded onto the knee of Taieb and into the goal.
The officials failed to spot the handball and with no VAR available, the goal was allowed to stand.
Arsenal made it two wins from as many games, with Vivianne Miedema’s red-hot run of form continuing with two goals in the 4-0 win over Reading.
The Gunners are second in the table on goal difference, with Brighton top of the tree courtesy of a 5-0 win at Birmingham.
Victoria Williams gave Brighton an early lead, with Inessa Kaagman doubling the advantage from the penalty spot on the stroke of half time.
Goals by Danielle Carter, Emma Koivisto and Kayleigh Green secured the three points.
Manchester United maintained their perfect start with a 3-1 win at Leicester, with goals from Ella Toone, Maria Thorisdottir and Martha Thomas securing the three points.
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