After a couple of heavy, action-packed weeks, the Orlando Pride players abroad had a slow week. Only a few got some game action. The best match was in Brazil when Palmeiras and Camila went to penalty kicks.
Below is how all of the players abroad did this past week:
Claire Emslie (Everton — England)
Manchester City beat Everton in the FA Cup final, 3-1. Emslie, who was part of the City squad that won the cup last year, did not feature for Everton against her old team. Everton takes on Manchester United on Wednesday and Chelsea on Sunday.
Alanna Kennedy (Tottenham — England), Shelina Zadorsky (Tottenham — England), Alex Morgan (Tottenham — England), Emily van Egmond (West Ham United — England)
There was no WSL action this weekend. Spurs face Chelsea in the FA WSL Cup on Wednesday and Reading on Saturday. While West Ham faces Reading in the midweek cup tie, and Birmingham City on Sunday.
Jade Moore (Atletico Madrid — Spain)
Jade Moore started in Atletico’s 2-0 victory over Logrono. Atletico now has 10 points through four matches, which puts it in second place behind Barcelona.
Taylor Kornieck (MSV Duisburg — Germany)
Duisburg beat Borussia Bocholt 3-0 on Halloween. However, it was no thanks to Kornieck, who got a red card in the 38th minute.
Camila (SE Palmeiras — Brazil)
Palmeiras advanced to the semifinals of the Brasileirão Feminino after beating Ferroviária in a penalty kick shootout. Camila converted the final kick to seal it for Palmeiras.
Ali Riley (FC Rosengård — Sweden)
Rosengard put on a dominating performance last week. The second-place team beat Uppsala 5-1, with goals from four different scorers. Riley came off the bench in the 59th minute.
Emily Sonnett (Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC — Sweden), Phoebe McClernon (Växjö DFF — Sweden)
Göteborg continued its unbeaten streak with a 3-0 victory over Växjö to keep a four point gap on its first place. Both Sonnett and McClernon played the full 90 minutes.
Erin McLeod (Ungmennafélag Stjarnan — Iceland)
Stjarnan did not play last week.
Carson Pickett (Apollon Ladies FC — Cyprus)
The Apollon Ladies did not play last week. They take on Swansea in the Champions League on Wednesday.