Arsenal Women prove North London is Red in historic victory over Spurs

Ladies win in first visit of any Gunners team to rebuilt White Hart Lane

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Vivianne Miedema doubles Arsenal’s lead in front of a 38.262 crowd

Two excellent goals from Arsenal captain Kim Little and star striker Viv Miedema sealed the win for Joe Montemurro's reigning Women's Super League champions at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium on Sunday afternoon.

In the first North London derby at the new £1.3billion stadium in N17 the Gunners showed their quality, outclassing a pedestrian home side throughout. Backed by around 3,000 travelling Gooners in a record crowd of more than 38,000 Montemurro's talented team proved once again that North London is Red.

Here are Layth Yousif's player ratings on a memorable day for Arsenal

Manuela Zinsberger: 7
Jennifer Beattie: 7
Leah Williamson: 8
Danille Van de Donk: 7.5
Jordan Nobbs: 8
Kim Little: 8.5
Viv Miedema: 9
Lia Walti: 7
Katie McCabe: 7.5
Lisa Evans: 7.5
Beth Mead: 7.5

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  1. Don Howe

    Nov 18, 2019, 14:09 #115495

    Apparently 38 THOUSAND people turned up to watch this including the people from Arsenal Fan TV. I have watched women's football for many years on and off and enjoy it, in exactly the same way as I watch Welsh football on Sgorio. Could it be that I enjoy it more than 11 to 14 hideously overpaid prima donnas failing to understand or execute basic defensive tactics? The answer is yes. We have to do something to suck all the TV money out of football and have an economy that depends on gate money only.The answer is stop turning up, which is what Im going to be doing this saturday, inadvertently. I have other things to do.