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See The Best Goals And Saves From NWSL Week 10

The Houston Dash moved off the bottom of the NWSL table with a 2-0 victory over the Orlando Pride, powered by a Carli Lloyd strike. While at the other end of the table the North Carolina Courage continue to roll through the season, now with eight wins from 11 matches. 

The Washington Spirit upset the Portland Thorns, who fell to fourth place. Saturday night was capped by the Seattle Reign picked up a red card in the opening minutes of the game, but battling back for a 1-1 draw against FC Kansas City. Finally, the weekend’s action was highlighted by second place the Chicago Red Stars picking up three points at home against a surging Sky Blue FC. 

NWSL Goal of the Week Nominees

Carli Lloyd (Houston Dash) with a long distance effort, and her first of the season. 

Madison Tiernan (Sky Blue FC) puts away a header sent in from the corner. 

Vanessa DiBernardo (Chicago Red Stars) wins a battle past midfield and slots away a top corner strike. 

Francisco Ordega (Washington Spirit) had the Portland Thorns defense turned around in a great solo effort. 

Winner: Three great options this week that could take home the honors. While Lloyd’s returning goal will likely win it, DiBernardo’s recovery of the ball, dribble and shot should take home the prize. 


NWSL Save of the Week Nominees

Jane Campbell (Houston Dash) tips a header from Marta onto the crossbar to prevent the goal. 

Steph Catley (Orlando Pride) the defender gets in on the action, saving her keeper as she clears the ball off the line after a chip shot. 

Nicole Barnhart (FC Kansas City) stops Megan Rapinoe with a one on one kick save. 

Kailen Sheridan (Sky Blue FC) long distance shot for the upper right corner is parried away, although the crossbar may have done the work as well. 

Winner: Jane Campbell’s leap required a quick reaction and full reach to stop Marta, as the Dash upset the Pride. 

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