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Live Reporting

By Tom Garry and Phil Cartwright

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks for joining us

    Lucy Quinn

    That just about wraps up our WSL coverage for this afternoon but you'll soon be able to find highlights of all of today's games on the BBC Sport website and app.

    It was a historic day off the field for West Ham, but a happier one on it for Spurs, Chelsea, Man City and Arsenal.

    Cheers for joining us!


    Bristol City 0-4 Chelsea

    Guro Reiten scored twice in the first 10 minutes, Ji So-yun added a third soon afterwards and Sophie Ingle finished off the scoring late on.

    As routine a win as you could hope for. Chelsea move within two points of the leaders.

  3. Post update

    Bristol City 0-4 Chelsea

    Into stoppage time now and Chelsea have recovered well from dropping two points at Brighton last time out. No such problems today for Emma Hayes' team.

    Bristol City, meanwhile, have lost two of their first three games this season and are still to score a WSL goal.

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    Bristol City 0-4 Chelsea

    Into the final five minutes and Chelsea are on their way up to third in the Women's Super League table, with seven points from their first three matches.

    Drew Spence comes inches away from a fifth, but loses her footing as she tries to beat Sophie Baggaley.

  5. History makers

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Spurs

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    Almost 25,000 were inside the London Stadium today, but it was defeat for the Hammers against Tottenham.

  6. GOAL: Bristol City 0-4 Chelsea

    Sophie Ingle (78 mins)

    Chelsea finally get their fourth goal of the afternoon.

    A low cross from the left-hand side and Sophie Ingle couldn't miss from a yard out.

  7. Reaction from Hammers boss Beard

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Spurs

    A disappointed and deflated-sounding West Ham boss Matt Beard tells BT Sport: "We can't keep creating the chances we're creating and not taking them.

    "It's frustrating and it's cost us today.

    "We looked nervous in the first half. In the second half we were a lot better.

    "But we've got to give Tottenham credit for the two goals they've scored and for winning the game."

  8. Nobbs scores first goal since injury as Arsenal thrash Brighton

    FT: Arsenal 4-0 Brighton

    Earlier, there was a routine win for champions Arsenal over Brighton.

    Here are the goals...

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    Video caption: WSL: Arsenal Women 4-0 Brighton & Hove Albion Women highlights
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    Bristol City 0-3 Chelsea

    Swiss substitute Ramona Bachmann is denied Chelsea's fourth goal by Sophie Baggaley, who has done well to keep the score down at Stoke Gifford Stadium.

    At 3-0 down after 17 minutes, the hosts might have been fearing the worst. They haven't ever looked like mounting a comeback, but they've been much better defensively since then.

  10. 'It means the world' - Peplow

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Spurs

    Spurs' Chloe Peplow adds to BT Sport: "It feels unbelievable. We knew what it meant to the fans and it means the world to us.

    "Defensively we've been solid and that played a massive part in us getting the result."

  11. Reaction as Spurs win at the London Stadium

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Spurs

    Spurs' player of the match Hannah Godfrey tells BT Sport: "They were quality goals and we kept going and got the victory."

    On the crowd, Godfrey adds: "It's amazing, it's what we dream of and it just gives us more excitement to play."

  12. Post update

    Bristol City 0-3 Chelsea

    Ji So-yun and Fran Kirby have been substituted by Chelsea boss Emma Hayes in the 65th minute. Their job is done for the day.

    Chelsea still in command.

  13. Post update

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Spurs

    It's becoming a very impressive start to life in the top flight for Spurs, after their promotion last season.

    Following their narrow loss to Chelsea on the opening weekend, they've now earned back-to-back WSL wins over Liverpool and West Ham.

    Six points from nine is an excellent return.

    Lucy Quinn

    West Ham 0-2 Spurs

    Spurs have done it, winning on the occasion of West Ham's London Stadium debut.

    But off the field, the Hammers have made huge strides by attracting a 24,790 crowd, which is the second largest in WSL history.

    On the pitch, the home side have been frustrated and they've been made to rue their missed second-half chances. Spurs are over the moon, celebrating on the field.

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    West Ham 0-2 Spurs

    As we enter the second of five added minutes, Kenza Dali whips in a cross from the right for West Ham and Martha Thomas' header is straight at keeper Becky Spencer.

  16. Post update

    West Ham 0-2 Spurs

    Rianna Dean has the ball in the net for her second and Spurs' third goal, but the flag was already up for offside. She was just off.

  17. Post update

    Bristol City 0-3 Chelsea

    Ann-Katrin Berger has some work to do in the Chelsea goal, tipping a dangerous looking cross from the right over her crossbar.

    There hasn't been too much to shout about if you're a Bristol City fan.

  18. Post update

    West Ham 0-2 Spurs

    There are now only around three minutes of the 90 remaining and West Ham have got it all to do.

  19. GOAL: West Ham 0-2 Spurs

    Lucy Quinn (84 mins)

    Lucy Quinn

    Spurs have punished West Ham for their missed chances!

    The home side don't deal with a free-kick in to their area and substitute Lucy Quinn drills home the visitors' second goal.

    It's her first Spurs goal and it comes on her 26th birthday. The away fans love it!