Matildas Abroad: Brock, Harrison enjoy victories

It was another weekend of action across Europe. Here's a wrap of the Westfield Matildas abroad. 

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There was only one match in the FA WSL over the weekend, with Reading and Tottenham playing out a 0-0 draw.

Westfield Matilda Alanna Kennedy, playing in a more advanced midfield role, had some of Spurs best chances of the game. A few long range efforts were easily collected by the Reading ‘keeper.

But the best chance saw Kennedy use her aerial prowess, forcing a reaction save out of Grace Moloney.

Much of the focus this weekend was on the Conti Cup final with Westfield Matilda Sam Kerr and her Chelsea team mates defeating Bristol City 6-0 to earn back to back league cups.

READ: Sam Kerr hat trick guides Chelsea to Conti Cup trophy


The scheduled top of the table clash between PSG and Lyon has been postponed after three PSG players and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19.


In other French games, Laue Brock’s Guingamp defeated Issy FF 2-0, while Mary Fowler was one of four scorers for Montpellier in their 4-1 victory over Le Havre.


Once again in the heart of defence, Aivi Luik and her Sevilla team played out a 0-0 against bottom-placed Logroño.

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Amy Harrison earned another start in PSV’s 3-0 win over Excelsior. Harrison had a hand in one of the goals, sending it back into the box after an attempted clearance.