WATCH: Nevin and Siemsen pick up assists in Sweden; Rosengård extend unbeaten streak

Two Aussies picked up assists in Sweden; while FC Rosengård and San Diego Wave FC keep their spot at the top of the table.

Kicking off in the USA, Alex Chidiac's Racing Louisville faced their third consecutive defeat, going down 3-2 to Angel City FC. Goals to Gemma Bonner and Christen Press in the first half saw the sides go into the break at 1-1. Savannah McCaskill gave the visitors the 2-1 lead before Nadia Nadim equalised from the spot for Lousiville. 

McCaskill gave Angel City the lead from the spot in the 93rd-minute, scoring a brace against her former side. Chidiac started in the game, playing 51 minutes for her new side. 

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Moving over to Kansas, Chloe Logarzo's Kansas City Current defeated NJ/NY Gotham FC 1-0, with an 84th-minute winner from Kristen Hamilton sealing the win. 

Our last stop in the USA takes us to San Diego, where Emily van Egmond's San Diego Wave kept their spot at the top of the table after a 1-1 draw against West Coast Rivals OL Reign. 

Wave opened the scoring just eight minutes in, and a long ball from keeper Kailen Sheridan found Alex Morgan to net her ninth goal of the season. Jess Fishlock had the equaliser just before the halftime break, both sides unable to find the winner.

Wave remains in the first spot on the ladder, with Van Egmond playing the whole 90 minutes in midfield. 

Moving over to Sweden, Clare Polkinghorne and Katrina Gorry both started for Vittsjö GIK as they defeated BK Häcken 3-2. 

Sandra Adolfsson opened the scoring in the 28th-minute before Mille Gejl found the equaliser for Hacken to send the sides in at 1-1 at halftime. Goals to Jutta Rantala and Clara Markstedt in the second half sealed the win for Vittsjö GIK. 

Vittsjö and Häcken now sit equal on points on the table, this win for Vittsjö taking them to 26 points. However, Häcken still remains in fourth with a better goal difference. 

Over in Malmö, Teagan Micah and Charli Grant's FC Rosengård extended their unbeaten streak to 14 games, beating 12th-placed Umeå 5-2. 

Micah started in goal for the hosts, with Rosengård having a 5-0 advantage at the 84th-minute mark, before two goals in quick succession from the visitors saw them claw it back to 5-2.

Grant did not feature in the matchday squad for the ladder leaders. 

In Stockholm, Courtney Nevin and Kyra Cooney-Cross' Hammarby defeated IFK Kalmar 4-0. Hammarby was out firing quickly, with Nevin setting up Emma Jansson for the opener just two minutes into the encounter. 

Another goal to Jansson and a goal to Adelina Engman saw Hammarby go into the break 3-0 up. Eva Ulrika Nyström had the fourth in the second half to seal the 4-0 win, with Hammarby holding on to the seventh place.

Cooney-Cross was named on the bench but is still awaiting her debut. 

The last game in Sweden saw Remy Siemsen's AIK go down 2-1 to second-place Linköpings FC. Siemsen got the assist on AIK's lone goal, setting up Linda Hallin, however, goals to Olga Ahtinen and Amalie Vangsgaard saw the hosts win.