The Women's Super League (WSL) title race got even more interesting this weekend, as Manchester City made the most of their game in hand to pull within two points of Chelsea at the top of the table… [ MORE: 10 things we learned in the Premier League – Matchweek 26 ] Birmingham City 0-4 Manchester City Sunday's destruction of 9th-place Birmingham made it eight wins in a row (11 games without a loss) for Man City, who in recent weeks surged past rivals Manchester United as they mount a formidable challenge of the defending champion Blues. With each side having now played 15 of 22 games, both Chelsea and Manchester City possess an incredible +39 goal differential. USWNT star Sam Mewis returned from injury on Sunday and bagged a brace, scoring first in the 40th minute and again in the 52nd, bringing her tally to five goals in 10 WSL appearances for Manchester City on the season. Lauren Hemp added Man City's third goal a minute after Mewis made it 2-0, and Caroline Weir added a fourth for good measure — or, perhaps for the benefit of goal differential — in the 66th. The WSL title contenders are set to… Read full this story
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