Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

League leaders Arsenal have a lot of top players to keep happy and Khadija Shaw is benefiting from being City’s main strikerMana Iwabuchi looked upset on her introduction in the 93rd minute of Arsenal’s 2-0 defeat of Liverpool for her first minutes of the season. Meanwhile, Dutch record goalscorer Vivianne Miedema, who came off the bench for the second game in a row, was seen conversing intently with manager Jonas Eidevall at the final whistle. “That is internal,” he said when asked what they had discussed. In reply to a question about whether Miedema was disappointed not to start those games, he said: “I can’t speak on behalf of other players but, of course.” Balancing the expectations of a squad brimming with quality is never easy. While Arsenal are winning, and winning in style, it lifts the pressure on Eidevall’s decision making. How good a manager he is will be most evident come the transfer windows. Suzanne WrackMatch report: Liverpool 0-2 Arsenal

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