England and Manchester City footballer Jill Scott receives an Association of Colleges Gold Award
England maintained their unbeaten start to Euro 2017 qualifying courtesy of a late victory over a dogged Bosnia & Herzegovina side in Zenica.
The Lionesses were facing their first qualifying defeat since November 2002, but the Manchester City midfielder grabbed a late draw for her side by prodding home an Alex Scott cross in the 84th minute.
Manchester City boss Nick Cushing hailed his side’s character after Steph Houghton scored a last-gasp winner against Notts County Ladies.
Mark Sampson said England are better equipped to win Euro 2017 after their last two matches, against Germany and USA at the SheBelieves Cup.
An unstoppable 20-yard strike by Crystal Dunn gave world champions USA a hard-fought 1-0 win over England Women in the SheBelieves Cup.
Houghton went on to highlight the threat that could be posed by two of USA’s star players – Morgan and Carli Lloyd, who won the Ballon d’Or in January.
England Women defender Alex Scott takes us out and about during the squad’s day off in China.
Lucy Bronze believes England’s trip to China will stand them in good stead for future tournaments.
Shuang Wang scored twice as the hosts narrowly defeated England in the opening match of the CFA International Women’s Football Tournament in China.
2015 was a year to celebrate women’s success in sport. Women’s football has had a fantastic year with the Lionesses achieving the best finish by an England Football team at a World Cup since Bobby Moore lifted the Jules Rimet in 1966.
City pressed but they couldn’t find an equaliser as Arsenal enacted some revenge on their visitors having lost last year’s Continental Tyres Cup final by the same scoreline.
The 22-year-old opened the scoring after just two minutes, and completed her hat-trick in the second half.
Mark Sampson’s side will travel to the Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena in Duisburg for the match, which will take place on Thursday 26 November (5pm KO GMT).