Jessica McDonald scored the quickest goal in NWSL history just 33 seconds
Chicago Red Stars 1 – 1 Portland Thorns FC
Jessica McDonald 1′ (Portland Thorns FC)
Lori Chalupny 77′ (Chicago Red Stars)
The Chicago Red Stars draw 1 – 1 with Portland Thorns FC on Thursday night in front of 2,014 fans at Benedictine University Sports Complex in Lisle, Ill.
Portland wasted no time in taking the lead with forward Jessica McDonald registered the quickest goal in NWSL history just 33 seconds in the match. Defender Steph Catley found space running down the left flank as she served a ball into McDonald who finished from close range with a one-touch shot in front of goal. Lori Chalupny pulled Chicago level in the 77th minute.
Houston Dash 1 – 1 Washington Spirit
Lisa De Vanna 19′ (Washington Spirit)
Marissa Diggs 74′ (Houston Dash)
The Houston Dash draw 1 – 1 with the Washington Spirit on Thursday night in front of 3,561 fans at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston, Texas. Lisa De Vanna put the Spirit one up in the 19th minute, Marissa Diggs in the 74th minute pulled Houston level.
NWSL Top Goalscorer:
Kim Little – Seattle Reign 12
Amy Rodriguez – FC Kansas City 10
Jessica McDonald – Portland Thorns FC 10
Jodie Taylor – Washington Spirit 9
Allie Long – Portland Thorns FC 8
Lauren Holiday – FC Kansas City 7
Diana Matheson – Washington Spirit 7
Carli Lloyd – Western New York Flash 6
Samantha Kerr – Western New York Flash 6
Katy Freels – Sky Blue FC 5
Nahomi Kawasumi – Seattle Reign 5
Jennifer Hoy – Chicago Red Stars 4
Abby Wambach – Western New York Flash 4
Lianne Sanderson – Boston Breakers 4
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