Womens Euro 2017: England wants to Create a Legacy
Women’s Euro 2017: England wants to Create a Legacy. After four wins and eleven scored goals, it is good at the English confidence. The opponent of the Oranjewrouw accounts for a victory this evening.
The British newspaper The Mirror expects a record number of 5 million television viewers at the Dutch-England match in Enschede. They will see their women win Lucy Bronze and Coach Mark Sampson in The Guardian.
“Our expectation is that we take the cup home,” says Bronze. “The Netherlands is very good; they are the only other team to win all their matches. But we are made for big games.”
Her coach agrees that. “We played many important games and those bring the best in us,” he says.
England played under his leadership in 2015 another contest for over 50,000 supporters at the World Cup in Canada and this year a game for 30,000 people in New York. “We are doing our best in big, tense matches under pressure.”
After the elimination of Germany’s top favorite Germany, the English will see their chance to the final victory. Sampson: “It’s a big game, but the matches in Canada and the US have given us confidence. We know we can win for many audiences.”