Arsenal needed an injury-time header by Vivianne Miedema to earn a 1-1 draw at Tottenham as the Women’s Super League leaders’ 100 per cent start to the season came to an end.
Spurs had appeared on the cusp of a famous win at the Hive Stadium after Rachel Williams’s close-range finish had given the hosts the lead with 25 minutes to go.
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However, Miedema’s 92nd-minute header saw the leaders gain a deserved point in the end, while the home side stay third in the table.
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Spurs travel to Watford for an FA WSL Cup group-stage clash on Wednesday at 7.30pm, while on the same night Arsenal host HB Koge in the group phase of the Champions League (8pm).