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Summary

  1. FT: Everton Ladies 0-4 Arsenal Women
  2. Danielle van de Donk fired Arsenal into lead before break
  3. Captain Jordan Nobbs scored second and striker Vivianne Miedema netted brace after restart
  4. Nobbs stretchered off with serious looking knee injury in closing stages
  5. Arsenal record eighth straight win but managerless Everton still winless and remain bottom

Live Reporting

By Rob Stevens

All times stated are UK

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  1. Leaders Arsenal maintain perfect record

    FT: Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    That is it for our live text coverage today.

    Click the link below to read the report on today's match, as WSL eaders Arsenal maintained their 100% record by beating winless Everton.

    Leaders Arsenal maintain perfect record

    Jordan Nobbs celebrates putting Arsenal 2-0 ahead

    Leaders Arsenal maintain their 100% record in the Women's Super League as they beat winless Everton.

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  2. 'We are enjoying ourselves'

    FT: Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Quote Message: By our standards it was not a perfect performance. We were frustrated in the first half anddid not put our chances away. We got a win and that is what we need to keep doing. Teams are defending well against us but we are still getting goals. We are playing well under Joe Montemurro and enjoying it. from Beth Mead Arsenal forward on BBC Red Button
    Beth MeadArsenal forward on BBC Red Button
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    FT: Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Sue Smith

    Former England forward on BBC Red Button

    "Everton were a completely different side to how they were in the first half.

    "They were so disciplined in the first half, frustrating Arsenal and you just thought it could be their day.

    "But, they will take the positives from that display and Kirstie Levell's brilliance in the goal and try and build from this."

  4. FULL-TIME

    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Van de Donk celebrates

    It is a record-setting eighth successive win to start the season for Arsenal.

    Joe Montemurro's side dominated the game from start to finish and move six points clear at the top of the Women's Super League.

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    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Almost a fifth for Arsenal as Paige Bailey Gayle as she plays in Beth Mead, but the angle is too tight for the forward.

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    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Paige Bailey-Gayle puts in a threatening cross which is cut out by an Everton defender for a corner.

    Vivianne Miedema almost sets up another goal but her cut-back is cleared away.

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    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Everton midfielder Chloe Kelly tests Arsenal keeper Sari van Veenendaal with a free-kick from just outside the area.

    But her effort is right at the Dutch international.

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    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    A lovely reverse ball from Vivianne Miedema gets Paige Bailey-Gayle in behind the Everton defence, but the teenager can't capitalise on the opening.

    We will have five minutes of injury time at Southport.

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    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Coming into the closing stages and Gunners boss Joe Montemurro will be largely happy with today's work, but that injury to Jordan Nobbs will be a concern.

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    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    A ball forward just evades Everton striker Claudia Walker.

    The hosts are finishing the match well, and then Elise Hughes sends a snap-forward wide.

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    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Arsenal centre-back Louise Quinn gets away with a bit of hesitant defending as an Everton attacker blocks her clearance, but the ball bobbles out of play.

  12. SUBSTITUTION

    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Jordan Nobbs comes off on a stretcher to applause from the crowd at Southport.

    Ruby Grant comes on to replace the England midfielder for her debut.

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    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Sue Smith

    Former England forward on BBC Red Button

    "It's a real concern when players go down like that and you just hope this isn't too serious for Jordan.

    "It's horrible when one of your team-mates has this and you think it's serious, it is a worry."

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    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Concern for Arsenal as Jordan Nobbs goes down just inside the Everton half following a challenge on Chloe Kelly.

    She twisted her knee slightly in the tackle and the medics and the stretcher are on.

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    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Everton work another opening but again the finish is lacking.

    Angharad James picks out Claudia Walker but the forward turns her effort over the bar.

    In the meantime, Arsenal have brought on youngster Paige Bailey-Gayle for Danielle van de Donk.

  16. SUBSTITUTION

    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Another Everton change, as 17-year-old Elise Hughes replaces Hannah Cain up front.

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    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Sue Smith

    Former England forward on BBC Red Button

    "It's just such a contrast from the first half in terms of Arsenal's fortunes in front of goal.

    "It seemed at one stage like nothing would go in for them with those great saves from Kirstie Levell but now everything looks like turning to goals.

    "Such a shame for Everton who battled very hard in the first half, but it just underlines the quality Arsenal have got to turn a game quickly."

    Arsenal's Vivianne Miedema
  18. SUBSTITUTION

    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    The visitors make their first substitution, as Ava Kuyken replaces left-back Emma Mitchell.

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    Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Another opening for Everton striker Hannah Cain.

    A great ball by Angharad James gives the forward a chance to go one-on-one with the keeper but she hesitates slightly and Gunners goalie Sari van Veenendaal is on to snaffle out the danger.

  20. GOAL: Everton 0-4 Arsenal

    Vivianne Miedema

    Arsenal have their fourth and they are picking off the Everton defence now.

    Danielle van de Donk feeds Jordan Nobbs on the right hand side and the England midfielder cuts the ball back from the byline.

    Vivianne Miedema is on hand to lash the ball home from six yards out for her second of the game.

    The Gunners have been in total control since the break.

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    Video caption: Miedema grabs her second goal against Everton