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Smith scores twice, then gets red card for Arsenal Ladies

PUBLISHED: 15:41 03 September 2008 | UPDATED: 15:21 07 September 2010

Kelly Smith scored twice in the opening five minutes but was later shown red as Tesco Premier League leaders Arsenal Ladies hammered Leeds Carnegie 6-1 on Sunday. The England striker grabbed a quickfire brace before Jade Moore pulled one back after seven

Kelly Smith scored twice in the opening five minutes but was later shown red as Tesco Premier League leaders Arsenal Ladies hammered Leeds Carnegie 6-1 on Sunday. The England striker grabbed a quickfire brace before Jade Moore pulled one back after seven minutes for the hosts in a frenetic opening period.

Karen Carney made it 3-1 to Arsenal 11 minutes later before Smith was sent off along with Carnegie's Alex Culvin after the pair squared up to each other with less than a quarter of the game played. The Gunners took advantage of the extra space though, with Gemma Davison, Carney (pen) and Katie Chapman adding further goals for the visitors.

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