Adriana Leon opened the scoring for Matt Beard’s men on 25 minutes, their first goal in over a month, before Martha Thomas doubled the advantage just two minutes later. The pair scored in quick succession once again the other side of half-time in the opposite order.
A late Rachel Furness brace was nothing more than a consolation for the visitors as we moved 10 points clear of relegation with eight matches remaining and a game-in-hand over a large chunk of the division.
These fans reacted to the result by discussing the men’s side ahead of Moyes’ boys own Liverpool test this Monday evening…
Can they not play tomorrow
— paulmason (@paulmas33985169) February 23, 2020
What are the odds Moyes sets up tomorrow like we are combining the men’s and women’s scoreline?
— Bayou Ironworks (@BayouIronworks) February 23, 2020
Well done! Now let’s see what the men do tomorrow
— Julie trudgill (@julie_trudgill) February 23, 2020
Well done 👏 👏 👏 a clean sheet would have been good, but bagged three vital points. Can the mens team do the same tomorrow please, or maybe we should just field the women’s team instead COYI ⚒️ ⚒️ ⚒️
— Gallery Antiques, Vintage and Collectables (@galleryantiques) February 23, 2020
Same again from the men’s team tomorrow. Well done ladies
— danny (@brwdyy) February 23, 2020
Any of you ladies fancy a kick about tomoz evening, say around 8pm?????????
— John Spencer (@Spencerjohn7) February 23, 2020