LE HAVRE, France – Lucy Bronze helped prepare the first two goals before clinching England's 3-0 victory against Norway with a powerful shot from their own Thursday night and sending the team into the second semi-final of the tournament Women's World Cup sent.
After finishing third at the last tournament four years ago, England face France or the United States on Tuesday to reach their first women's final.
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It may turn out to be far more difficult for the third-placed team in the world than to send a team that still plays players who are not professionals.
England took less than three minutes to take the lead She went down the right flank before cutting the ball back. Ellen White missed a shot, but Jill Scott was prepared to hit the post.
White scored her fifth goal of the tournament in the 40th minute. Bronze's Nikita Parris watched as White raced back and forth between the central defenders of Norway to get the pass and get into the net.
It was a clever routine that led to the third goal in the 57th minute. With the preparation of England on a free kick on the left flank Norway expected a throw-in into the box. But Beth Mead noticed that Bronze arrived unmarked at the edge of the penalty area and his right back was in contact for the first time, and with a sharp shot, lifted him into the roof of the net.
David Beckham nodded in agreement from the grandstands. which Sue Campbell, the director of women's football in England, highfied.
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While Beckham has never made it past the quarter-finals as a player for the English men's team, the Löwinnen are now in their third semi-final in a row after being at the 201