Katie McCabe makes her 100th Arsenal appearance in style as the Gunners moved up to second place in the Women's Super League table after thrashing Everton 4-0.

Jordan Nobbs, Caitlin Foord, Jen Beattie and Beth Mead were on target as the Gunners remained four points adrift of leaders Manchester United after their hammering of Bristol City.

It took the hosts just four minutes to get on the scoresheet as Mead's low cross into the box found Arsenal veteran Nobbs, who simply had to tap the ball over the line to open the scoring.

Six minutes later, Jill Roord drove the ball across goal for Foord, who made no mistake from close range.

On the hour mark, McCabe contributed on her century appearance as her pinpoint corner found defender Beattie.

The Scotland international, who has been in the spotlight this week for opening up about her breast cancer diagnosis, was completely unmarked as she headed the ball into the back of the net to make it 3-0.

Mead tied it up for Arsenal on the counter-attack with a curling strike from outside the box on 62 minutes.

Tobin Heath

Leah Galton and Tobin Heath both scored twice as Manchester United stayed top of the table with a 6-1 thrashing of Bristol City.

Galton fired a stunning opener into the top corner but it took until injury time at the end of the first half for United to extend their lead through Millie Turner.

The visitors fell away in the second half with Jess Sigsworth making it 3-0 before Galton completed her double with another fine finish.

Ebony Salmon pulled a goal back for the visitors after catching United keeper Mary Earps out of position, but Heath added a late double as United kept their unbeaten start intact.

Jess Fishlock scored twice and set up another as Reading marched to a 3-1 win at Brighton, who had Ireland midfielder Denise O'Sullivan in their starting lineup.

Fishlock's early opener was cancelled out when Inessa Kaagman converted from the penalty spot after a foul by Deanna Cooper.

Fishlock restored Reading's lead a minute before half-time and the Royals competed their victory when Fishlock set up their third for Rachel Rowe.