Manchester City 1-1 Aston Villa: Kirsty Hanson earns Villa a deserved point

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Aston Villa celebrating Kirsty Hanson's goal
Kirsty Hanson has scored two goals and contributed two assists in her last three WSL matches

Kirsty Hanson’s close-range strike earned Aston Villa a deserved draw against Manchester City.

Deyna Castellanos gave City the lead in the first half with a cool finish from Khadija Shaw’s slide-rule pass.

But Hanson, on loan from Manchester United, levelled two minutes later from Rachel Daly’s searching cross.

Villa came closest to finding a winner in the second half but Hanson hit the post and Kenza Dali’s long-range effort was well saved by Ellie Roebuck.

More to follow.


Man City Women

Formation 4-2-3-1

  • 1Roebuck
  • 14MorganSubstituted forCasparijat 45′minutes
  • 33Kennedy
  • 5Greenwood
  • 15Ouahabi
  • 25Hasegawa
  • 7Coombs
  • 9KellySubstituted forRasoat 73′minutes
  • 10CastellanosSubstituted forAngeldahlat 62′minutes
  • 11Hemp
  • 21Shaw


  • 2Casparij
  • 4Aleixandri
  • 6Houghton
  • 8Fowler
  • 12Angeldahl
  • 13Raso
  • 17Losada
  • 22MacIver
  • 41Blakstad

Aston Villa Women

Formation 4-2-3-1

  • 21Leat
  • 2Mayling
  • 15Patten
  • 14TurnerSubstituted forCorsieat 45′minutes
  • 33Pacheco
  • 12Staniforth
  • 10Dali
  • 19BlindkildeSubstituted forLehmannat 45′minutes
  • 88NobbsSubstituted forLittlejohnat 90′minutes
  • 20Hanson
  • 8Daly


  • 1Hampton
  • 6Corsie
  • 7Lehmann
  • 9Gielnik
  • 16McLoughlin
  • 31Littlejohn

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