West Ham United Women had to work hard to book themselves in the fifth round draw of the Vitality Women’s FA Cup on Sunday afternoon – securing a 2-0 win over third tier side Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Dagný Brynjarsdóttir netted the first of the match on 70 minutes after they’d been made to work hard by a solid Wolves side.
Then Katie Johnson turned the ball into her own net six minutes later after Kate Longhurst had fired in a cross that she couldn’t clear away.
The home side, who were playing against WSL opposition for the first time and registered their biggest crowd in their history at New Bucks Head gave a good account of themselves, pushing the Hammers all the way.
Club photographer, Arfa Griffiths was in Shropshire to capture the best of the action - which you can view in our gallery by clicking on the image above!
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