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England players and coaching staff celebrate their quarter-final victory over host nation Canada at the Women’s World Cup early on Sunday

Women's World Cup 2015: England are going all the way, says Lucy Bronze

Though Japan lifted the trophy at the 2011 tournament in Germany, they lost 2-0 to England at the group stage then

Jodie Taylor’s goal for England in their quarter-final garnered welcome headlines

Women's World Cup 2015: Recognition may be real reward of England's World Cup success

COMMENT: Before you know it we will be buying tickets to watch our girls in a club environment, deepening our bond with the women's game

Lucy Bronze's effort crosses the line

Women's World Cup 2015: Lucy Bronze finish puts a shine on Taylor-made England progress

A history-making semi-final against holders Japan is the reward for ousting hosts Canada

England's Jodie Taylor, left, and Jill Scott celebrate Taylor's goal against Canada during the first half in a quarterfinal of the Women's World Cup
Derlis Gonzalez scores the decisive spot-kick

Uncle of Paraguay penalty hero Derlis Gonzalez dies from a heart-attack after watching his nephew score winning spot-kick vs Brazil

'You left me after a heart attack because I gave you so much joy and so much happiness'

Brazil players react after losing to Paraguay on penalties

Copa America 2015: Dunga in denial as sickly Brazil show their failings

Thiago Silva gave away a daft penalty to allow Paraguay back into the game

Sepp Blatter

Sepp Blatter told to stop 'flirting with power' by Fifa official

Domenico Scala makes comments amid speculation Blatter could stand in upcoming elections

Women's World Cup 2015: England beat Canada to go through to semi-final for first time

MATCH REPORT: The win marks the first time an England team - men's or women's - has made it through to the semi-final since 1990

The England team celebrate after Lucy Bronze’s winning goal
David Ospina gives Messi a helping hand

David Ospina double save: Do Arsenal even need Petr Cech?

The Colombian was in inspired form during the Copa America quarter-final with Argentina, despite ultimately ending the match on the losing side

Germany celebrate beating France in the quarter-finals after Claire Lavogez's decisive spot-kick

Women's World Cup 2015: Germany show grit with against the odds victory over France

The Germans needed penalties to set up semi-final with the USA, who beat China in their quarter-final

Gonzalo Jara falls down after clashing with Edinson Cavani

Gonzalo Jara latest: Chile accuse Edinson Cavani of 'using aggression and insults'

Uruguay have lodged a complaint after Chile defender Jara poked his finger into Cavani's anus during their Copa America match

England coach Mark Sampson
with his team in training

Women's World Cup 2015: Mark Sampson puts the heat on Canada and prepares England for a battle

Coach expects ‘aggressive’ hosts to be under pressure from the home crowd and targets first World Cup semi-final place

Women's World Cup 2015: England must be wary of Canadian celebrity Christine Sinclair

The host's captain has been the face staring from billboards, TV screens and newspapers during this tournament

England U-21 striker Harry Kane

England Under-21 exit: What needs to happen for Gareth Southgate's side to roar

After another disappointing exit from the finals, Sam Wallace looks at what needs to change

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England coach Mark Sampson consoles a tearful Laura Bassett, centre, after their semi-final defeat to Japan
Women's World Cup: Unfortunately, Germany are the greatest team in the history of women's football
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Lionel Messi and the front page
Copa America: Satirical magazine gives the Argentina star a warning ahead of Saturday's final with Chile
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Martinus is presented as a Sporting Lisbon player
11 years after he spent three weeks stranded in Indonesia, Martunis is now following in steps of Cristiano Ronaldo
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Fifa Corruption: It is alleged that in return for the money, the officials awarded contracts for media, marketing and sponsorship rights
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Cantona correctly identifies where the English Channel is
But a lot of beer must be sold first
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... and Luke Shaw is in the firing line
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The best and worst new kits from around the world
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The club will donate some of the proceeds to various charities
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60,000 supporters will have to be refunded
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Nigel Pearson was sacked despite leading the club to Premier League safety last season
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Angel Di Maria was on the double for Argentina
REACTIONCopa America: The British record signing excelled against Paraguay as Argentina reached the final
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Angel Di Maria celebrates during the Copa America semi-final

Angel Di Maria scored twice and Lionel Messi was in inspired form as Argentina made it into the Copa America final with a 6-1 hammering of Paraguay.

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Samuel Eto'o
When the Cameroon striker left Everton, he released a letter that was remarkably similar
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Gervinho powers forward for Roma
TRANSFER TALK Former Arsenal forward sees move to Abu Dhabi side Al Jazira collapse
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