Jess Park helped Everton to an emphatic road win over Liverpool. (Charlotte Tattersall/Getty Images)

The second weekend of Women’s Super League action featured some surprises. Look no further than Everton’s 3-0 road upset, which spoiled Liverpool’s record-breaking day at Anfield.

Arsenal, though, appeared as dominant as ever. The Gunners won 4-0 over Tottenham in front of a WSL record crowd of 47,367 fans.

WSL Plays of the Week

Jess Park dazzles with first goal

After four years at Manchester City, Jess Park went on loan to Everton this season and wasted no time recording her first WSL goal.

During a 3-0 road win in front of a Liverpool-record 27,574 fans, Park faked out Liverpool goalkeeper Rachael Laws to send one home.

“I tried that in training and messed it all up,” she said after the game. “I’m just glad it went in tonight!”

The Vivianne Miedema and Beth Mead show

Vivianne Miedema and Beth Mead put on a show for the crowd at Emirates Stadium on Saturday to help Arsenal to a dominant victory.

“Part of being in football is that you collect all those memories together with people that you really enjoy working with,” Arsenal manager Jonas Eidvall said. “Today was a special day for us and hopefully, it was the start of us playing in front of many people at the Emirates.”

Miedema continued to add to her all-time WSL goal count, scoring in the 44th minute and again in the 68th. The brace moved her into a tie for second-most goals this season behind Rachel Daly and teammate Beth Mead.

Mead also added to her goal count Saturday, adding a third in the fifth minute to get the scoring started for Arsenal. After a first attempt got sent back to her, Mead made sure to score on the second attempt, curling one past Rebecca Spencer.

Fran Kirby gets Chelsea back on track

Fran Kirby notched her second goal of the season in Chelsea’s 2-0 win over Manchester City on Sunday.

Kirby now has 34 goal involvements through 20 WSL appearances, scoring 21 goals and adding 13 assists in that span.