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Sunday, September 7, 2008

Arsenal Ladies Pulled off 6-1 Victory over Doncaster Belles

Arsenal ladies opened up a two-point lead at the top of Women’s English Premier League 2008-2009 over Chelsea after thrashing Doncaster Belles 6-1 with two goals from Kelly Smith and Karen Carney each. Arsenal ladies have been flawless so far without losing any point in five matches. With two goals, striker Kelly Smith took her goal tally to 14 from five matches.

Arsenal got off to a good start as Kim Little opened scoring early in the match before Karen Carney scored twice to bring a 3-0 lead for the Gunners ladies in the match. Kelly Smith made it 4-0 just before the half time and that was enough to ensure a victory for Arsenal. In the second half, Jayne Ludlow increased the lead 5-0, but Donny decreased the lead with a consolation goal. Kelly Smith hit her second goal with 13 minutes off final whistle and brought a 6-1 emphatic victory over Doncaster Belles. Chelsea moved to second place in the point table with their 3-0 victory over Bristol Academy, replacing Everton.

Arsenal ladies has been dominating the league, scoring 33 goals in five matches. So, it is clear that Arsenal ladies are playing at their prime and are clearly favorite for another league title.

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