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England go down to injury time winner
 Women's Football England International News - 3 Mar 2017
 
England 1 France 2
France snatched a 95th minute winner to condemn England to a losing start in the SheBelieves Cup.
 
The Lionesses were superb in the opening 45 minutes and deservedly took the lead with a goal from vice captain Jordan Nobbs.
 
Mark Sampson's team were looking good for a first victory over Les Bleues since 1974, but Marie Laure Delie headed the sides level with 10 minutes to play before Wendie Renard's sucker punch.
 
England played with great intensity in the opening 30 minutes against their opponents, third in the world rankings, with Ellen White at the heart of their best work. The Birmingham City striker found space on the right side of the penalty area and was expertly picked out by Nobbs. White struck first time but her fierce effort was pushed wide by Sarah Bouhaddi.
 
Demi Stokes, up from the back, was next to try and turn provider. White rose highest in the box to meet the Manchester City defender's left wing cross, but her header looped up harmlessly over the crossbar. Nobbs, the England fans' player of 2016, was next to try her luck with a half volley from 20 yards, which the busy Bouhaddi was well positioned to block.
 
Inevitably it was Nobbs who opened the scoring on 32 minutes. Defender Griedge Mbock Bathy gave the ball away to Jill Scott 25 yards from the France goal. Scott immediately shifted the ball to her left where Nobbs let fly with a fizzing low effort to grab her fourth goal for the Lionesses.
 
On the stroke of half time Jodie Taylor raced on to a through pass from Nobbs, jinked past Mbock Bathy, but the ball was smothered at her feet by Bouhaddi before she could get a shot away.
 
Karen Bardsley, untroubled for the first 45 minutes, was in action seconds after the restart, racing off her line to close down the angle and block Kadidiatou Diani's strike. On the hour Marie Laure Delie got ahead of Lucy Bronze to meet Diani's knock down, but blasted high over the crossbar.
 
With ten minutes to go France levelled. Elodie Thomis, only introduced from the bench three minutes earlier, crossed from the right, and Delie got in first at the near post to head in.
 
Just as England looked to have done enough to draw, France snatched victory in the dying seconds. A corner from Amel Majri was met by another substitute, Wendie Renard, whose header down into the ground bounced up and over Bardsley.
 
It was a cruel finish for the Lionesses who are back in action against hosts USA on Saturday.
 
England:
 
Karen Bardsley, Lucy Bronze, Rachel Daly (sub Alex Scott 74mins), Jill Scott, Steph Houghton, Millie Bright, Jordan Nobbs (sub Isobel Christiansen 87mins), Jade Moore, Jodie Taylor (sub Rachel Williams 54mins), Demi Stokes, Ellen White (sub Nikita Parris 74mins). Subs not used: Siobhan Chamberlain, Mary Earps, Casey Stoney, Laura Bassett, Gemma Bonner, Fara Williams, Toni Duggan, Karen Carney.
 
France:
 
Sarah Bouhaddi, Eve Perisset (sub Wendie Renard 66mins), Laura Georges, Jessica Houara D'Hommeaux, Griedge Mbock Bathy (sub Ame Majri 83mins), Amandine Henry, Claire Lavogez (sub Camille Abily 61mins), Gaetane Thiney (sub Elodie Thomis 77mins), Grace Geyoro, Kadidiatou Diani (sub Eugenie Le Sommer 72mins), Marie Laure Delie. Subs not used: Laetitia Philippe, Meline Gerard, Aissatou Tounkara, Sandie Toletti, Camille Catala, Elise Bussaglia, Sakina Karchaoui.
 
(TheFA.com)

 
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