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How Nikita Parris' nutmeg move introduced the masses to England's newest star

NICE, France -- With one move, Nikita Parris went viral.

In the 12th minute of England's opening Women's World Cup match against Scotland, they appeared boxed into their own corner. But after neat interplay from Steph Houghton and Lucy Bronze sent the ball down the right toward Parris, the 25-year-old forward had her back to the approaching Nicola Docherty.

And then, with the flick of her right foot, she nutmegged Docherty and spun away. Just minutes later, Parris scored a penalty to get England...

Man Utd Women's boss: Men's game not step up

Abby Dahlkemper insists the USWNT are not focusing on games beyond Sweden in the World Cup.
Crystal Dunn insisted the USWNT wants to beat Sweden and finish top, and carry its momentum when the Americans face the best teams in the world.
Relive the USWNT's victory over Chile in LEGO form, as Carli Lloyd became the first player to score in six consecutive Women's World Cup games.

Manchester United manager Casey Stoney has said she would not see coaching a men's team as a step up and added she has no immediate ambition to leave women's football.

The former England international, who helped guide Manchester United to promotion up to the Women's Super League in their inaugural season, said working in the men's game would create a different pressure for a female coach but she would not be tempted away from her role at present.

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England beat Argentina to secure last-16 spot

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Jodie Taylor celebrates after scoring in England's Women's World Cup group-stage match against Argentina.
England advance to the knockout round at the Women's World Cup.

England's Jodie Taylor scored the only goal as they broke the deadlock against Argentina just past the hour to secure a 1-0 win and reach the last 16 at the women's World Cup on Friday.

England's Nikita Parris had a first-half penalty saved by Vanina Correa, but Taylor got on the end of Beth Mead's cross in the 62nd minute to give her side their second straight win.

England, who moved on to six points in Group D, join hosts France, Germany and Italy into the knockout phase.

Japan have four...

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Jodie Taylor breaks scoring drought to lead England to knockout stage

England advanced into the knockout stage of the Women's World Cup thanks to a 1-0 victory Friday over Argentina, with Jodie Taylor's second-half goal enough to secure the points.

It was mostly attack against defense in Le Havre, France. England dominated possession and territory, but Argentina was resolute, well-structured and hard to break down. Goalkeeper Vanina Correa put in a remarkable performance to save a first-half penalty from England's Nikita Parris and stood firm to other clear chances...

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Women's World Cup 2019: 5 takeaways from England's 2-1 win over Scotland

NICE -- England opened its 2019 Women's World Cup campaign with a narrow 2-1 win over Scotland on Sunday.

England took a comfortable two-goal lead at halftime, but as Scotland found some tempo, England found itself on the backfoot. Claire Emslie's goal with 11 minutes left made it a nervy finish.

It was a case of job done for England, while Scotland will have taken heart from its second-half showing.

Here are five takeaways from the match:

England's second-half malaise will cause concern.

England...