England storms into the World Cup final, destroying Matildas fairytale.

“I’m sorry,” outstanding England manager Sarina Wiegman exclaimed heartily.

In another example of the Lionesses' unusual adaptability, England won the highly anticipated World Cup

 semifinal at Olympic Stadium, echoing Australia-England rivalry in cricket

 rugby, netball, beer consumption, and other sports. By the time they reached England's first women's World Cup

final on Sunday against Spain, they had adjusted to three significant injuries before the competition

one terrifying injury, and a much-deserved ban during it, as well as Australia's great Sam Kerr.

Highlights: England over Australia in World Cup semifinal “We’ve had a lot of stuff hurled at us,” Wiegman added

defender Millie Bright's knee, up over goalkeeper Mary Earps's lunging hand, inside the goal roof and into the back left corner.

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