Record crowd sees screamer settle first women’s Manchester Derby

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The first ever women’s Manchester Derby went to the blue side of the city, with 31,213 watching Man City beat Manchester United 1-0 at the Etihad Stadium.

The crowd is the largest in Women’s Super League history, and the group saw a terrific match-winner.

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Scottish forward Caroline Weir smashed in a shot from outside the box, a left-footed arrow that sailed into the far side of the goal.

Weir is 64-times capped by Scotland, with eight goals. She’s played for Arsenal, Liverpool, Bristol Academy, Hibs, and now Man City.