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Women's World Cup: Image of the day

The opening Group D clash in the 2019 Women’s World Cup between England and Scotland saw Manchester City colleagues Jill Scott and Caroline Weir become the best of enemies for 90 minutes.

And as our image of the day from the showpiece in France illustrates, no quarter was asked or given as the pair sought to gain the upper hand during the clash in Nice.

A host of City players were in action with Karen Bardsley, Steph Houghton and Keira Walsh also among those involved. 

READ: Steph Houghton | Young Lionesses should relish the World Cup

WATCH: Karen Bardsley on England's World Cup hopes

Ultimately it was Scott and England who prevailed, Phil Neville’s Lionesses getting their campaign off to a flying start with a 2-1 win.

New City signing Ellen White and former City star Nikita Parris (penalty) were both on the score-sheet for England in the first half.

But the Scots staged a second half fightback with another former City star, Claire Emslie, finding the target on 79 minutes to set up a thrilling finale.

You can read Rob Pollard's match report HERE

 


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RARING TO GO: Ellen White will link up with City after the World Cup.

New Manchester City striker Ellen White has revealed that close friend and captain Steph Houghton played an influential role in her recent move to the Club.

The England star, who is set to feature at the World Cup against Scotland today, signed a two-year deal with City three weeks ago.