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Report: Liverpool 1-3 Man City Women

SUPER SCOTT: Jill Scott celebrates her opener with assist-maker Jen Beattie

Man City Women completed their FA WSL Spring Series adventure on a high with a 3-1 win at Liverpool.

First-half goals from Jill Scott and Mel Lawley, plus Meg Campbell’s first goal for the Club, claimed victory at the Select Security Stadium, as the Blues finished second in the table – level on points with Chelsea, who won the tournament on goal difference.

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Report: Sunderland 0-1 Man City Women

LATE WINNER: Georgia Stanway popped up with an injury time strike to claim all three points at Sunderland

Man City Women grabbed a dramatic late winner to keep their FA WSL Spring Series title hopes alive.

The Black Cats looked to have held on for a goalless draw but a loose ball was punished by Stanway who rifled her effort into the top corner from the edge of the area on the stroke of the full-time whistle.

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Report: Man City Women 0-1 Arsenal

STEADY: Lucy Bronze rides a challenge

Man City Women suffered a blow to their league title defence, having suffered a 1-0 defeat at home to Arsenal.

Jordan Nobbs’ stunning long-range free-kick separated the sides at the Academy Stadium, as the Blues suffered their first league home loss since the two sides met in April 2015.

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Report: Man City Women 1-0 Chelsea

#ACITYUNITED: Man City Women observe a minute of silence

Man City Women’s defence of their league title gathered momentum with a hard-fought 1-0 triumph over fellow challengers Chelsea.

A Toni Duggan strike on 27 minutes separated the sides at the Academy Stadium, as the Blues produced a display encompassing true Manchester pride, grit and spirit in a difficult week for the city.

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Report: Man City Women 5-1 Yeovil

JILL JOY: Georgia Stanway congratulates Jill Scott on her strike

Man City Women kept the pressure on FA WSL Spring Series leaders Liverpool with a thumping 5-1 win over Yeovil.

Jane Ross bagged a brace, while Jill Scott and Kosovare Asllani also found the net, ensuring Lucy Quinn’s first half strike proved a mere consolation for the visitors, who also had a penalty saved by Ellie Roebuck.

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Man City Women are FA Cup champions

GOLDEN BRONZE: Lucy Bronze is congratulated having opened the scoring at Wembley

Man City Women now have a complete set of domestic titles.

A stunning 4-1 win over Birmingham at Wembley Stadium earned the Blues their first FA Cup triumph, adding a new trophy to their collection which already boasts two Continental Tyres Cup and a league crown.

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Report: Bristol 0-3 Man City Women

DUGGAN DELIGHT: Toni Duggan bagged a hat-trick in the win at Bristol City

A Toni Duggan hat-trick moved Man City Women to within three points of FA WSL Spring Series leaders Liverpool.

The Blues claimed a dominant 3-0 victory at the Stoke Gifford Stadium, handing Nick Cushing’s side their second consecutive away win and maintaining their unbeaten run in the competition.

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Report: Reading 2-3 Man City Women

PARRIS LIFE: Nikita Parris is mobbed following her opener at Reading

Man City Women produced an incredible comeback to claim their first Spring Series win.

The Blues came from 2-1 down to triumph 3-2 at Reading, thanks to a Nikita Parris double and a header from substitute Jill Scott.

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Man City Women 1-1 Birmingham

ON TARGET: Lucy Bronze

The FA Women's Cup Final dress rehearsal ended all-square as Man City Women were held by Birmingham City Ladies in an entertaining 1-1 draw at the Academy Stadium.

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