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With 24 Shots on Goal, Liverpool Ended a Women’s Super League Winless Streak.

Liverpool’s women’s team broke their winless streak in the women’s Super League on Sunday with a resounding 2-0 victory over West Ham. The team had previously gone seven games without a victory.

At Prenton Park on December 4, 2022, Liverpool FC Women defeated West Ham Women 2-0 in the Women’s Super League match.

Goals: Holland 3′, Stengel 20′ After a period of two and a half months during which they suffered five losses and two draws, the Liverpool team managed by Matt Beard is now back on course to win the women’s Super League.

Their triumph came to West Ham at home on Sunday afternoon, 78 days after a 2-1 victory over Chelsea in the championship that marked the beginning of their return to the top division. The victory over Chelsea marked the beginning of West Ham’s comeback to the top division.

This is because players like Keri Holland and Shanice van de Sanden are returning from injury just as Byrd’s starting lineup is starting to establish a stronger core. However, the wait for attacker Lynn Kiernan continues.

At Prenton Park, Holland scored in the third minute, which led to a collision between West Ham defenders who were battling for control and striking from close range. Holland’s goal caused the collision.

Soon after that, the score was 2-0 when left-back Taylor Hinds shot the ball into the path of Katie Stengel, who twisted around, took a shot with her left foot into the bottom corner, and scored.

It was Stengel’s seventh goal of the season, and she had scored it in her 12th game. Of those seven goals, five had been scored for Liverpool in her most recent seven matches.

The Reds completely dominated the contest against the hopeless West Ham team by scoring 15 goals in the first half and nine more goals after the break. The Hammers were only able to score three goals by the end of the encounter.

None of those particularly problematic goalkeepers were Rachel Laws, and centre defender Jilly Flaherty helped the club keep a key clean sheet after her return to the team following a public fight between Bird and one of the fans on Bird’s performance.

Although it was Liverpool’s first league win since August, they were able to secure victory at Birkenhead, and as a result, they now have a four-game winning streak and two wins in a row.

Their most recent success came in the League Cup, and they are scheduled to play Man City in that competition next, where they will attempt to keep their perfect record of three wins in a row intact.

LFC Women: Laws; Fahey, Flaherty, Campbell (Daniels, 80 minutes); Koivisto, Holland, Matthews, Hinds (Roberts, 87′); Van de Sanden (Kerns, 62′), Lawley, Stengel

Cumings, Robe, Silcock, Wardlaw, Furness, and Humphrey were all considered but ultimately rejected as potential replacements.

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