Report: West Ham 0 United Women 2

MATCH DETAILS

West Ham: Arnold; Smith, Parker, Cissoko, Shimizu; Asseyi (Kyvag 84), Ziu (Atkinson 59), Longhurst, Brynjarsdottir (Houssein 84); Hayashi (Stringer 45), Evans (Walker 68). 

Unused subs: Walker, Filis, Fisk, Hillyerd, Flannery.

United: Earps; Batlle, Le Tissier, Turner, Blundell; Ladd, Zelem; Garcia (Leon 80), Toone (Moore 80), Galton (Parris 88); Russo (Thomas 80). 

Unused subs: Baggaley, Thorisdottir, Boe Risa, Tounkara.

Goals: Garcia 50, Blundell 55. 

Bookings: Blundell 14, Russo 63, Turner 70.

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Dalot scores first senior goals for Portugal

Dalot’s brace continues his rich vein of form, and the defender has been one of the standout beneficiaries of Erik ten Hag’s management this season.

The right-back forms one quarter of the recently formidable United back-four, alongside Tyrell Malacia, Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane, and is going from strength to strength under our Dutch boss.

The 23-year-old’s rich passion for defending is apparent, and he has also started to weigh in at the other end of the pitch too, with two assists so far this season.

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Legends: Liverpool 2 Manchester United 1

The match was the return fixture of the first leg, which was held at Old Trafford in May, raising more than £1.3 million for Manchester United Foundation.

Our former players entered the game looking to overturn a 3-1 deficit from that first leg, with new faces such as manager Andy Ritchie, captain Michael Carrick, Darren Fletcher and Roy Keane to name just a few.

Despite taking an early first-half lead through Dimitar Berbatov, United were pegged back by the hosts after the break, with Mark Gonzalez and Florent Sinama Pongolle both finishing well to seal the win for the hosts.

Following the successful charity event, which attracted more than 30,000 supporters, read about how the action unfolded…

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