Man Utd hit injury-time winner vs City as title race with Chelsea goes to ire


MARC SKINNER says Manchester United will deal with looking down Chelsea after their dramatic defeat of ten-player City.

Lucia Garcia struck on the loss of life to maintain the WSL title race alive.


Lucia Garcia roars with delight after nicking victory on the loss of lifeCredit score: Getty
Garcia keeps her cool to sink City and keep the title race alive


Garcia retains her cool to sink City and hold the title race aliveCredit score: Getty

However the Blues must beat backside facet Studying on Saturday to wrap up a fourth successive crown.

United’s win meant they certified for the Champions League for the primary time of their historical past.

Nonetheless ought to the Royals pull off a shock win in opposition to Emma Hayes’ facet and United beat Liverpool, Skinner’s crew can be topped champions.

Boss Skinner stated: “For me it’s about looking Chelsea now.  

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“We could not have the finances they’ve, however I’m going to strive my hardest, with each single second that I’ve with this crew to now transfer to first place.

“There have been quite a lot of doubters final yr. However this season we have now stayed true to what we wish to do.

“We’ve got another recreation to win. Sure we have now already made historical past, damaged data, gone to our first Cup ultimate and certified for the Champions League.

“But if you settle at that then I am not doing my players the service they deserve.”

United took a second-minute lead with Hayley Ladd lashing residence from distance.

City struck the woodwork by way of Chloe Kelly’s volley earlier than keeper Ellie Roebuck noticed crimson near half-time for clattering Nikita Parris.

The guests had sturdy penalty appeals rejected however levelled when  Filippa Angeldahl’s cross crept into the online.


Nonetheless, Garcia gained it for United in injury-time.

City chief Gareth Taylor stated: “We would have liked a bit of bit of excellent fortune and we actually did not get it from the referee.

“It is a stonewall penalty with Bunny Shaw.

“We knew right now {that a} draw would have been OK, a defeat is just not good. 

“When you’re in that scenario and the chips are down, and the sport goes in opposition to you notably if you find yourself a participant much less, we needed to go for it. 

“We did, so I am actually pleased with the women. Typically issues do not go your manner in life and notably in soccer.”

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