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Elisabeth Terland scored in the 3-1 defeat to Tottenham at the AMEX on matchday three of the Women’s Super League.

Terland opened the scoring with a header in the eighth minute netting her fourth of the season in as many games in all competitions.

Maisie Symonds, who made her first start in the league after impressing midweek against Birmingham, provided the assist for the opener from the corner.

Tottenham took control after the goal dominating possession before Martha Thomas tied the game up with a low shot from the edge of the box just before half time.

As the Albion came out for the second half Melissa Philips made a triple substitution including goal scorer Terland and assister Symonds coming off.

Substitute Madison Haley made a strong start impacting the game in the final third with a shot early into the half and Geummin Lee caused trouble down the right with late runs into the box.

Grace Clinton put Tottenham ahead in the 65th minute with a long range effort before Ria Percival’s deflected shot in the 94th finished the game.

With the game ending in a loss for the Seagulls, Philips side remain on three points.

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May 2024