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World Cup Daily: Lionesses pride

JUMPING FOR JOY: Ellen White celebrates after doubling England's lead against Cameroon

JUMPING FOR JOY: Ellen White celebrates after doubling England's lead against Cameroon

England’s World Cup dream might be over, but the legacy of the Lionesses’ performances in France may be felt for years to come.

The BBC announced that the live semi-final against the USA attracted 11.7million viewers – the corporation’s biggest audience of the year – and amazing achievement.

Phil Neville’s side were beaten 2-1 against the States, with a crowd of more than 50,000 inside the stadium at Lyon.

READ: England v USA match report

City’s Ellen White scored England’s goal and had another ruled out for offside by VAR late on.

White also won the penalty that skipper Steph Houghton saw saved on 82 minutes in a thrilling match that didn’t disappoint.


TOGETHER: England unite in a huddle after the game, in a symbol of solidarity


England now go into the third-place play-off this Saturday where they will face the loser of the Netherlands or Sweden semi-final.

Former City winger Nikita Parris tweeted: “Gutted is an understatement. We gave everything but it wasn’t to be. Small margins make the difference and unfortunately they cost us on the night. I can’t express enough how amazing all your support has been, it really does mean a lot...thank you.”

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White’s pride for ‘courageous’ Lionesses

WHITE HEART: Ellen White spoke of her pride for the Lionesses

Ellen White says she felt overwhelming pride for her England teammates, after the Lionesses bowed out of the Women’s World Cup with defeat to reigning Champions the USA.

The striker netted her sixth goal of the tournament to cancel out Christen Press’ opener, but Alex Morgan struck on her birthday to send the holders through to Sunday’s Final.

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White strikes again but Lionesses bow out

WHITE HOT: Ellen White bagged her sixth goal of the tournament

England suffered Women’s World Cup semi-final heartbreak once more, exiting the competition with a 2-1 defeat to the reigning Champions the USA.

City striker Ellen White found the net once again with her sixth goal of the tournament, temporarily lifting herself top of the Golden Boot charts, but her effort was bookended by first-half strikes from Christen Press and Alex Morgan, as the holders continued their trophy defence.