WSL: England seals Spurs comeback | Villa earn narrow win at Brighton

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WSL: England seals Spurs comeback | Villa earn narrow win at Brighton

Bethany England claimed a second-half equaliser as Tottenham hit back from two down to draw 2-2 at Everton in the Women’s Super League on Saturday.

Goals inside the first 15 minutes from Sara Holmgaard and Justine Vanhaevermaet put the hosts on course from victory.

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But defensive errors proved costly as Drew Spence, back in the Spurs side after injury, halved the deficit in first-half added time and then set up England’s 48th-minute leveller.

Aston Villa, meanwhile, set aside the shock news of the imminent departure of manager Carla Ward by securing seventh place in the WSL with a 1-0 win at Brighton.

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Alisha Lehmann’s second goal in as many games, which arrived 26 minutes from time at the Broadfield Stadium, earned Villa victory in the penultimate match of Ward’s three-year reign.

Kirsty Hanson rattled the crossbar for the visitors in the first half, while Elisabeth Terland and Lee Geum-min went closest for Albion, who will end the campaign with only one home win.

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