Everton Women 1-1 West Ham United Women: Toni Duggan scores first Everton WSL goal in eight years

Everton celebrate Toni Duggan’s leveller

Toni Duggan scored her first WSL goal for Everton in eight years as the Toffees claimed a draw with West Ham.

Duggan netted the hosts’ equaliser in the 76th minute, poking an effort beyond onrushing Hammers keeper Mackenzie Arnold.

Zaneta Wyne’s tap-in had broken the deadlock for West Ham after 40 minutes.

Both sides pushed for a late winner but the points were ultimately shared at Walton Hall Park.

Former Manchester City and Barcelona striker Duggan last found the target in the league for Everton in 2013 during her first spell at the club, but the summer arrival made no mistake when she went through on goal in the second half.

The 30-year-old has now scored twice in as many games after netting her first of the season against Durham in the FA WSL Cup last time out.

Duggan’s leveller was a little harsh on West Ham who had dominated for much of the game but failed to add to their lead.


Everton Women

Formation 4-3-3





1MacIver4SeveckeBooked at 90mins5Bjorn6GeorgeBooked at 78mins3TurnerSubstituted forPattinsonat 58’minutes8Christiansen17GrahamSubstituted forAnvegardat 66’minutes22GalliSubstituted forBennisonat 58’minutes7Dali10Magill9DugganSubstitutes18Brosnan19Anvegard20Finnigan21Maier26Clinton28Bennison30Pattinson

West Ham Women

Formation 5-3-2





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