England celebrated a triumphant victory against Luxembourg in the women’s World Cup qualifiers, winning 10-0.

A place in the World Cup was already secured for the side, as eight players scored a total of 10 goals.

Georgia Stanway and Bethany England scored two goals each.

Euro 2022 Golden Boot recipient Beth Mead scored another, whilst assisting with two other goals.

Nikita Parris, Ella Toone, Lauren Hemp, Rachel Daly, Alessia Russo completed the scoresheet.

The landslide win followed the stunning success of the Euros, where the Lionesses brought the win home.


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Recently retired midfielder Jill Scott brought the European Champions trophy ahead of kick-off.

So far the team has had a 100% success record with current manager, Sarina Weigman.

“I don’t think it could be much better than this, so really happy,” she told BBC Sport.

“After the Euros it always seems to be a hard one, but I think the team has done a tremendous job coming out of the summer.”

On 7 October, they will play the current world champions United States at Wembley.

They will then have a friendly with the Czech Republic in Brighton days later.

The team advocates for a number of causes.

In August, they wrote a letter to Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss, and stressed the importance of girls playing football at school.