Arsenal Women retained their status as Women's Super League leaders with a dominant 4-0 success over Aston Villa Women in gameweek four of the 2021-22 season.
Captain Kim Little netted twice during a frenetic second half - taking her to 151 goals for the club - with her strikes coming either side of efforts from Katie McCabe and Mana Iwabuchi as Jonas Eidevall's team continued their perfect start to the new season.
North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur Ladies kept pace with the Gunners with a 2-0 win away to Leicester City Women to also move onto 12 points from four games, while Samantha Kerr's fifth goal of the league season helped Chelsea Women overcome Brighton & Hove Albion Women 3-1.
After last week's humbling at the hands of Emma Hayes's side, Manchester United Women saw off Birmingham City Women 2-0 during the final fixture on Sunday evening to stay within touching distance of the title-chasing pack in fourth.
Elsewhere, West Ham United Women condemned Manchester City Women to their third straight defeat with a 2-0 win away from home, while Everton Ladies ensured that Reading Women would remain rock bottom of the pile with a two-goal success of their own.
Incredibly, five of the six fixtures in the WSL this weekend saw the away side win and keep a clean sheet, with reigning champions Chelsea the only team to claim a home success in gameweek four.