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Highlights: Everton Women 2-2 Brighton & Hove Albion

Christiansen and Gauvin on target as unbeaten Blues held by stubborn Seagulls.

Goals from Izzy Christiansen and Valerie Gauvin couldn't help Everton extend their perfect start to 2020/21 as the Blues were held to a 2-2 draw by stubborn Brighton & Hove Albion.

Christiansen's deflected free-kick pulled Everton level after Rikke Sevecke's own goal had given the visitors an early lead.

A fine glancing header from Gauvin then looked to have sealed victory for Willie Kirk's side with 19 minutes remaining, only for Brighton to hit back through Aileen Whelan.

A controversial encounter at Walton Hall Park also saw Everton appeals for a first-half penalty turned away, while Kirk was left angered after Brighton's Kayleigh Green stayed on the pitch despite being shown two yellow cards.

The draw leaves Everton second in the WSL table, two points behind leaders Arsenal after five games.

Watch the best of the action from Sunday's game above or by clicking here.

03:38 Mon 19 Oct 2020

Highlights: Everton Women 2-2 Brighton & Hove Albion

Goals from Izzy Christiansen and Valerie Gauvin couldn't help Everton extend their perfect start to 2020/21 as the Blues were held to a 2-2 draw by stubborn Brighton & Hove Albion.

Christiansen's deflected free-kick pulled Everton level after Rikke Sevecke's own goal had given the visitors an early lead.

A fine glancing header from Gauvin then looked to have sealed victory for Willie Kirk's side with 19 minutes remaining, only for Brighton to hit back through Aileen Whelan.

A controversial encounter at Walton Hall Park also saw Everton appeals for a first-half penalty turned away, while Kirk was left angered after Brighton's Kayleigh Green stayed on the pitch despite being shown two yellow cards.

The draw leaves Everton second in the WSL table, two points behind leaders Arsenal after five games.

Watch the best of the action from Sunday's game above or by clicking here.