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Elsewhere in the WSL, Manchester United, who extended their unbeaten start to the campaign in dramatic fashion as substitute Rachel Williams’ leveller deep into stoppage time saw them draw 2-2 at Brighton.

After Elisabeth Terland’s strike on the half-hour for the hosts and Ella Toone’s 78th-minute equaliser, a Guro Bergsvand header with a minute of normal time to go looked set to give Brighton victory, before Williams had the final stay eight minutes into time added on.

There are two other teams with the same number of points as City and Arsenal, one of which is Tottenham, who were denied a fourth successive victory by Aurora Galli’s late penalty as they were held 1-1 at home by Everton.

Galli converted from the spot with five minutes of normal time to go to cancel out Grace Clinton’s first-half goal for Spurs.

The other side on 10 points is Liverpool following a 2-1 home win over Leicester.

Marie Hobinger’s 84th-minute goal secured the Reds victory after Melissa Lawley had given them the lead early in the second half and Missy Goodwin equalised just before the hour.

Promoted Bristol City claimed their first points of the season as they won 3-2 at West Ham, with Brooke Aspin netting the decisive goal.

An eventful first half saw the hosts lead via Viviane Asseyi’s penalty, the visitors reply with efforts from Amalie Thestrup and Ella Powell and West Ham’s Riko Ueki notch a stoppage-time equaliser, before Aspin put the Robins back in front 10 minutes after the break.

Includes reporting from PA

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