🎥 WSL: Birmingham draw Bristol; Chelsea beat Villa; Everton hit five

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Emily Wilson

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After an action-packed Saturday, three more Women’s Super League matches took place on 28 March.

Here is how everything went down on Sunday.

Birmingham City 1-1 Bristol City

Scorers: Murray 58′; Wellings 14′

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In the final fixture of the day, Birmingham City hosted Bristol City at Damson Park.

The match started off strong with both sides eager to release their attack.

Bristol City were the first to find the back of the net and took the lead after 14 minutes through Charlie Wellings.

Coming into the second half, Birmingham City pushed for the equalizer and Christie Murray made it 1-1 just before the hour mark.

As time went on neither side could find a winner and the points are shared.

With the result, Birmingham City sit ninth while Bristol City move away from the relegation zone and above Aston Villa into tenth.

Birmingham City Women 1
Bristol City Women 1
Full time

Chelsea 2-0 Aston Villa

Scorers: Kerr 24′, 57′

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Earlier today Chelsea returned to league action as they hosted Aston Villa at Kingsmeadow.

The visitors kept the hosts tame for most of the first half but the Blues found the breakthrough through none other than dynamic duo, Fran Kirby and Sam Kerr.

Coming into the second half, the hosts continued to push forward looking to add to their tally.

Eventually, another link-up between Kirby and Kerr made it 2-0.

With the result, Chelsea now move back into first above Manchester City while Aston Villa drop to second last.

Chelsea Women 2
Aston Villa Women 0
Full time

Brighton & Hove Albion 0-5 Everton

Scorers: Christiansen 24′, Raso 25′, 48′, 79′ Magill 64′

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The first match of the day saw Brighton and Hove Albion host Everton at Broadfield Stadium.

In the first half, with 70 per cent possession and seven shots compared to Brighton’s one, the visitors took the lead after scoring a quick double.

Izzy Christiansen’s penalty was slotted perfectly in the bottom corner and then one minute later Hayley Raso’s solo effort made it 2-0.

After the break, Everton were just as quick to get the match going again.

The visitors continued to dominate the pitch with Raso cementing her hat-trick and Simone Magill also getting in on the action to cap off a 5-0 win.

With the result, Everton extend the gap in the middle of the table and stay fifth, seven points above sixth-placed Brighton.

Brighton & Hove Albion Women 0
Everton Women 5
Full time

The Women’s Super League returns on 3 April as Reading host West Ham.