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2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup™: England’s Ellen White scores her 3rd career WWC goal | HIGHLIGHTS

FOX Sports Wednesday, 19 June 2019
2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup™: England’s Ellen White scores her 3rd career WWC goal | HIGHLIGHTSAfter a beautiful ball palyed in by Georgia Stanway, Ellen White gave England a 1-0 lead vs Japan -- and tied for the Lionesses' most-prolific goal scorer in Women's World Cup history.
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England are hoping to make it three wins in a row as they face 2011 winners Japan in their final group stage match. Forward Toni Duggan says previous rivalry will have no effect on the latest match-up.

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