Kennedy, Logarzo and Foord all score in Continental League Cup

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Matildas Alanna Kennedy, Chloe Logarzo and Caitlin Foord all scored for their respective clubs in the FA Women’s Continental League Cup.

The Australian women once again impressed with three Matildas scoring as well as Sam Kerr, Ella Mastrantonio and Emily van Egmond all playing their part in victories. 

Defender Alanna Kennedy scored her first goal for Tottenham since arriving at the club in August. 

The 25-year-old struck an exquisite free-kick drilled into the bottom left corner to give her side a 2-0 lead over London City Lionesses, who they went on to beat 4-0. 

Australian midfielder Chloe Logarzo also scored her first goal for her new club when she headed home in the 34th minute of Bristol City's 4-0 win over London Bees. 

"The Australian midfielder was unmarked at the back post and headed brilliantly across goal into the bottom left corner to net her first-ever goal for the club," Bristol's official website said. 

"It was a great goal and I just got my noggin on the end of it," Logarzo said. 

Fellow Aussie Ella Mastrantonio played 69 minutes for Bristol in their victory. 

Two Aussies faced off in a London derby when Sam Kerr's Chelsea took on Caitlin Foord's Arsenal. 

Foord struck in the 8th minute when she cut inside and scored with an impressive effort past the Chelsea 'keeper to make it 1-1. 

However, it was Kerr who had the last laugh as her side prevailed, winning 4-1. 

Kerr did not get on the score sheet but played 74 minutes before being substituted, while Foord lasted 10 more minutes before coming off in the 84th minute. 

Arsenal's other Matildas - Steph Catley and Lydia Williams - were not involved in the match. 

Meanwhile, Emily van Egmond scored a penalty in West Ham's shootout victory over Brighton & Hove Albion after the sides were locked at 2-2 after normal time. 

Fellow Aussie Mackenzie Arnold was an unused substitute for West Ham. 

Meanwhile, Hayley Raso was not involved in Everton's 3-1 loss to Manchester City. 

Source SBS The World Game