Geyse broke the stalemate within the third minute of open play, she capitalised on a looping ball from Hinata Miyazawa. The Brazilian star nodded the ball out of keeper Mackenzie Arnolds grasp to mark her first top-tier goal of the Womens Super League campaign.
She put on a fantastic show and West Ham couldn&apost contain her. The Brazilian star danced through three players, shrugged off man-markers, knocked the ball between the legs of her opposite number and even remained in possession of the ball despite going to ground swarmed with white shirts – an incredible performance.
Turner then doubled Uniteds lead following an emphatic run down the left flank – she received the ball in the box, took a touch with the outside of her boot and hit into the top corner. Nikita Parris made it three with a neat strike across goal just before the break. Substitute Garcia produced a composed finish from close range in the 88th minute, and Malard found the back of the net shortly after.
Earlier, Leah Galton was unlucky not to get on the scoresheet with a close offside call after she hit Arnolds top left corner in the 18th minute. Ella Toones efforts just missed the target and Katie Zelems strike skimmed the woodwork.
The Reds outclassed West Ham and toyed with their opposition pulling the Hammers apart all over the field. United exploited the flailing visitors, hitting Arnolds goal from every angle. However, it wasnt all one-way traffic, Mary Earps was called upon around the hour mark and had a busier second half courtesy of Riko Ueki and Lisa Evans tenacity on the right flank.