The WSL served up some amazing action and drama on Women’s Football Weekend, the annual celebration of the women’s game every November.
There was a big win for Chelsea in an important game, a shock result between Tottenham and Arsenal in the north London derby, frustration for Manchester United and joy for Aston Villa.
Here's 90min's WSL team of of the for the latest round of games...
1. Goalkeeper & defenders
Tinja-Riikke Korpela (GK) - Tottenham: The Spurs goalkeeper kept Arsenal at bay with several outstanding saves, providing the platform for her team to go on and get a point - which could have easily been a win.
Ashleigh Neville (RB) - Tottenham: Stopping Katie McCabe was no easy task but the long-serving Spurs right-back achieved it. Her day could have been even better had she converted a golden chance to seal a win.
Anita Asante (CB) - Aston Villa: The winning goal and a clean sheet in the second city derby made it a weekend to remember for the veteran former England international.
Magdalena Eriksson (CB) - Chelsea: Plays her role as the left centre-back of a back three so well and was always in control against a Manchester City side that had the better chances in the first half. Also rewarded with a goal.
Lisa Evans (LB) - West Ham: Operating as a left wing-back, the Scotland international got the ball rolling for the Hammers against Reading. This was her first goal since joining from Arsenal on loan.
Maeva Clemaron (CM) - Tottenham: Combative and hard working in midfield, encapsulating what it means to play in a derby. She stopped Arsenal getting into their usual rhythm, which proved to be huge.
Kenza Dali (CM) - Everton: Always looking to make things happen for the Toffees against Manchester United, especially standing out in the first half before her teammates upped their game to secure a 1-1 draw.
Ella Toone (AM) - Man Utd: The rising England star continued her exceptional run of form. She scored a stunning goal but was also a constant threat by intelligently drifting into space to cause problems.
Erin Cuthbert (RW) - Chelsea: Playing on the right side of midfield, flanking a back-three, meant the Scot had to work hard in both directions. She did exactly that and was rewarded with a pair of assists.
Kit Graham (ST) - Tottenham: Showed outstanding touch and movement throughout the north London derby. Her exquisite control and shot forced Spurs' goal and she was always involved in attacks.
Beth Mead (LW) - Arsenal: Played on the right but she needed to be in this XI. Could easily have had a hat-trick on another day had it not been for a combination of Korpela in the Spurs goal and the woodwork.