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Jordan Nobbs’ hat-trick for Villa justifies her late England call up.

Former Arsenal midfielder, Jordan Nobbs, secured Aston Villa the three points over Brighton, after an impressive hat-trick.

Since the move to Aston Villa, Nobbs’ game time has dramatically increased. In just 5 games, the 30 year old has played for 400 minutes from 5 starts.

These minutes have appeared crucial for Jordan’s international call up, as Sarina Wiegman selected her last week after Fran Kirby’s knee injury.

As a previous Lioness, Nobbs has been welcomed back to the England camp this week with warmth and excitement.

Over the next few weeks, Jordan will look to help England defend their title in the Arnold Clark Cup. Her clinical ability, as proven by her 3 goals in 5 games for Carla Ward’s side, are set to further the teams winning ways.

Nobbs’ near exclusion from the squad came as a shock to many, due to her overwhelming departure from her beloved club Arsenal.

With a busy month ahead, with both club and national duties, Jordan Nobbs is set to develop even further with her new squad.

Many Gooners are torn between her recent success with Aston Villa, as Jordan is helping Ward’s side narrow the gap between fourth and fifth place (Arsenal and Aston Villa).

Jordan Nobbs’ hard work, over the last couple of months, is visibly paying off. How far will she be able to take Aston Villa in the Women’s Super League and England in the Arnold Clark Cup?

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