England beat Sweden for only the fourth time as they qualified for their first major final since 2009 with an Alessia Russo back heeled goal underlining their confidence and swagger.
England set new records on their way to qualifying for the quarter finals of the Women’s European Championships by hammering Northern Ireland
Classy Chelsea showed precisely why they are the reigning Barclays FA Women’s Super League champions following their emphatic victory at Manchester United, a team with aspirations to take their crown.
England Women were beaten in Caen by a weakened France side after they failed to make the most of their chances.
Goals by Maren Mjelde, Sam Kerr, and Fran Kirby saw Chelsea beat Manchester City at Kingsmeadow in the WSL battle of the titans.