Western New York Flash beat Portland Thorns FC 8th June
Saturday June 7th
FC Kansas City 2 – 0 Boston Breakers
Lauren Holiday 14′ 35′ (FC Kansas City)
FC Kansas City shut out the Boston Breakers, 2-0, on Saturday night in front of 1,457 fans at Verizon Wireless Field at Durwood Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
Lauren Holiday capitalized on two penalty kicks in the first half. The first penalty came from Amy Rodriguez being fouled and the second from Erika Tymrak being fouled. This match brings the aggregate goal total between the two clubs to 4-0, continuing FC Kansas City’s shutout of Boston in the 2014 National Women’s Soccer League regular season.
Seattle Reign FC 3 – 1 Chicago Red Stars
Kim Little 65′ 77′ (Seattle Reign FC)
Emily Van Egmond 62′ (Chicago Red Stars)
Sydney Leroux 69′ (Seattle Reign FC)
Seattle Reign FC (9-0-2, 29 pts) remain unbeaten following its 3-1 victory over the Chicago Red Stars (6-4-1, 19 pts) on Saturday, June 7 in front of a franchise-record crowd of 4,222 at the Moda Pitch at Memorial Stadium.
In a physical matchup, two penalty kick conversions by Scottish international Kim Little — who has now scored in six straight games — would prove to be the difference as Reign FC extended its unbeaten streak to a league-record 11 games.
Portland Thorns FC 0 – 5 Western New York Flash
McCall Zerboni 11′ (Western New York Flash)
Carli Lloyd 28′ 51′ (Western New York Flash)
Samantha Kerr 32′ (Western New York Flash)
On Saturday night, the Western New York Flash displayed a record-setting performance, downing Portland Thorns FC 5-0 to end a five-game winless streak in style. The Flash, who entered the game not having won since May 11, were led by braces from Samantha Kerr and Carli Lloyd and a goal from McCall Zerboni.
Source courtesy of: NWSLsoccer
NWSL Top Goalscorer:
Kim Little – Seattle Reign 11
Amy Rodriguez – FC Kansas City 9
Jodie Taylor – Washington Spirit 6
Jessica McDonald – Portland Thorns FC 5
Diana Matheson – Washington Spirit 5
Lauren Holiday – FC Kansas City 5
Allie Long – Portland Thorns FC 4
Jennifer Hoy – Chicago Red Stars 4
Abby Wambach – Western New York Flash 4
Katy Freels – Sky Blue FC 4
Lianne Sanderson – Boston Breakers 4
Carli Lloyd – Western New York Flash 4
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