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Women's World Cup: Image of the day

SAFE HANDS: City and England goalkeeper Karen Bardsley in focus...

SAFE HANDS: City and England goalkeeper Karen Bardsley in focus...

Third time lucky?

The 2019 Women's World Cup in France marks City and England shot-stopper Karen Bardsley's third campaign in the tournament.

The 34-year-old, who has clocked up 78 senior caps, also represented her country at the 2011 and 2015 competitions, helping the Lionesses to a bronze medal finish in Canada.

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

WATCH: Karen Bardsley on England's World Cup hopes

Bardsley, who is set to be City's next female Centurion, signed a new deal with the Club before her adventure in France, having made the move to Manchester back in 2014.

Since then, she has played a pivotal role in our success - a stalwart between the sticks for our league and cup achievements.

As our image of the day from the showpiece in France illustrates, here's the fun-loving, charismatic 'keeper in the spotlight...

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World Cup daily: Former City duo’s flying start

GOAL SCORER: Kosavare Asllani was on target for Sweden in their World Cup opener.

Two former Manchester City players made a goal scoring start to their Women’s World Cup campaign, on what proved to be a prolific day five.

Our round-up of the latest tournament results and news in France.

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Women's World Cup: Image of the day

LUCKY 13: Carli Lloyd bagged the USA's THIRTEENTH goal against Thailand in their Group F opener!

Carli Lloyd kicked off her fourth Women's World Cup campaign the same way she completed the last... on the scoresheet!

The most striking daily image from the Women's World Cup in France.

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World Cup Daily: Dream starts for England, Canada

ROUND-UP: The latest from France...

Day Four of 2019 Women’s World Cup action heralded a solitary goal but plenty of talking points, as Janine Beckie’s Canada kicked off their campaign with victory over Cameroon and England’s Group D opponents Japan and Argentina locked horns.

Beckie – on her 57th appearance for her country – claimed an assist on her tournament debut, floating a corner to the backpost for Kadeisha Buchanan to head home on the brink of half-time to clinch the three points and the perfect start for the 2015 hosts and quarter-finalists.