There was a huge shock in the Women’s Super League opening weekend as Liverpool ran out 2-1 winners against champions Chelsea.
Liverpool, who are back in the top flight after winning WSL 2 last season, came from behind to claim the stunning victory at Prenton Park.
It looked as though it would be a routine match for Emma Hayes’ side when Fran Kirby put them ahead with a penalty on three minutes.
But the Reds, who are managed by Matt Beard, rallied and levelled midway through the second half through Katie Stengel’s spot-kick.
And the hosts got their second penalty of the match in the 87th minute, Stengel making no mistake as she sent Zecira Musovic the wrong way.
It capped off a thrilling start to the 2022/23 season, which also saw Aston Villa edge to a 4-3 victory over Manchester City.
Arsenal, who missed out on the title by a point last term, kicked off the season with a 4-0 thrashing of Brighton on Friday night.
Elsewhere, Manchester United beat Reading by the same scoreline, while West Ham and Tottenham claimed wins against Everton and Leicester respectively.
‘You’re not a fraud’ – Kamara thanks Boro fans who unveiled classy banner
Celtic fans chant anti-Royal Family song during minute’s applause for the Queen
Arsenal star replicates infamous Toney tweet as Gunners show they’re still rattled
Rice corrects Lampard and Moyes as they lead wrong teams out at Goodison Park
Brentford 0-3 Arsenal LIVE reaction: Vieira scores pick of the goals as Gunners win
Jesus celebrates Arsenal goal with tribute to Vinicius Jr after ‘racist comment’
Arsenal leapfrog Man City in ‘totally dominant’ win but doubts over title credentials
Dier reveals what Spurs stars said to Son in the changing room after hat-trick
Breaking news. More follows.