Manchester City Women put their faltering WSL campaign back on track with an emphatic derby win at Old Trafford.
Manchester United reclaimed top spot in the Women’s Super League following a comprehensive win against mid-table West Ham in front of a crowd of 27,919 at Old Trafford.
Derby spoils were shared by Manchester City and Manchester United in front of the second highest-ever Women’s Super League attendance.
Manchester City produced a devastating second-half display to overturn a half-time deficit and comprehensively beat Manchester United and claim a quarter-final place in the Vitality Women’s FA Cup.
A spectacular late goal from substitute Caroline Weir earned Manchester City victory over neighbours United and threw the race for the third Champions League spot wide open.