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Match report: Arsenal Women 9-0 Crystal Palace

WHAT HAPPENED Joe Montemurro’s final game as head coach will certainly go down as a memorable one, as we beat Crystal Palace 9-0 to finish our season and reach the quarter-finals of the Vitality Women’s FA Cup. Our head coach will depart north London with an outstanding record of 85 wins in 108 games - and this was yet another thrilling attacking performance that we’ve come to expect during his time at the club. There was plenty of positive news in our starting XI too, as Steph Catley made her first start since returning from injury, while Anna Patten was included at the heart of our defence. We made a fast start at Meadow Park and took the lead after just six minutes. Jordan Nobbs...
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