Miedema scores again; James and Shaw shine once more

This weekend, however, they slid further down the table and started looking over their shoulder after the first of their two games in hand was played. And the harsh reality was that Villa’s 2-1 defeat at home to Reading was no fluke, either, as the Royals outperformed their hosts. A 25-yard strike from Jess Fishlock put Reading in front at half-time, before Izzy Maycock added a second with three minutes left to play and the match seemingly all-but-over. All Villa could do was grab a consolation through Diana Silva, her ninth from 15 games, and one that will offer hope that they can get back on track.But it wasn’t enough and as they have now taken just one point from the last 12 available, Villa need to start turning their chances and pressure into goals. In a league where the matter of just three points separates them from eighth-placed Everton and the bottom two of Birmingham City and Leicester City, survival is no longer a guarantee for this promising side.We can’t wait to see how the WSL and women’s football across Europe develops over the coming months as championships and seasons draws to a close.
This past weekend featured an eventful football across Europe that resulted in changes at the bottom of the Women’s Super League (WSL), the top of Spain’s Liga F, and an increase in the gap in the Netherlands. We present to you 10 highlights from the weekend’s women’s games across Europe.

Vivianne Miedema made a triumphant return to goal scoring after being sidelined with an ACL injury. Her performance helped propel Arsenal to victory over Liverpool, positioning the Gunners level on points with second-placed Manchester City in the WSL. Meanwhile, Chelsea’s Lauren James put on a display of skill and prowess, securing a win against Brighton and maintaining the team’s lead in the league.

Manchester City also maintained a strong position in the rankings, largely due to their striker Bunny Shaw’s remarkable goal scoring abilities. Conversely, Levante faced a setback after being held in a draw against Granada, causing them to drop to third place in Liga F. Meanwhile, Roma managed to secure a much-needed win in the Italian Serie A, regaining their confidence after a series of losses.

Inter Milan’s Lina Magull also impressed with her game-winning performance against Napoli, solidifying her impact in the Serie A. Additionally, Werder Bremen secured a comeback victory against Bayer Leverkusen, climbing to sixth place in the Frauen-Bundesliga.

Inconsistencies plagued Ajax as they faced a draw in the Eredivisie following their strong performance in the Champions League. Meanwhile, Aston Villa continued to struggle after a promising previous season, leaving them with questions about their future prospects.

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