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Women's Super League: Everton 2-2 Brighton and Hove Albion

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Everton dropped points for the first time this season but remain second after their Women's Super League draw with Brighton and Hove Albion.

Valerie Gauvin headed in Christiansen's corner to turn the game around, having seen Hayley Raso denied by Megan Walsh.

Aileen Whelan lashed the leveller into the top corner to spoil the hosts' run.

Willie Kirk's side poured the pressure on late in the game, with Danielle Turner striking a post, while visiting goalkeeper Walsh made some important saves.

Former England coach Hope Powell's Albion had lost two of their opening four games in the WSL but were not daunted by the trip to the pre-match pace-setters, and showed character to come back late on.

The one-touch build-up which created Whelan's late goal was impressive, and a point was deserved.
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