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After four of the six Women’s Super League games taking
place this weekend were played at the larger men’s Premier League and
Championship football stadiums of their respective sides – taking advantage of
the ongoing international break – the league confirmed it smashed a number of
More than 70,000 people turned out across the country to watch the women’s football matches, including a record 38,262 supporters at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to watch Arsenal’s 2-0 victory over north London rivals Spurs.
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Against Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur were the makers of their own misfortune. A series of illogical, overconfident mistakes created a much tenser, difficult afternoon of Premier League football than should have faced the London club.
Tanguy Ndombele had fired Spurs into the lead early in the match with a fearsome driven effort that was helped ever so slightly by turning Southampton defender Jan Bednarek.
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Manchester United supporters will have been cursing their side as they succumbed to a disappointing 2-0 away defeat to West Ham United, putting in a particularly sub-par performance.
True, their opponents have started the new Premier League campaign well, with Hammers boss Manuel Pellegrini praising his side as they become “more consistent and more solid”, but it still should have been a seen as a game that Manchester United would come out of victorious.
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