Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : July 3rd 2015 Contents great Mia Hamm said on Twitter. "You represent
yourselves and your country brilliantly."
England will take on Germany in a third-place
playoff on Saturday before returning home to what
likely will be a great reception. Many players are now
household names in England.
"Our aim was 1) gold medal 2) inspire a nation!!
We didn t get our first task but I m sure we have got
our second," England winger Karen Carney said.
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MANCHESTER---England s national teams keep
finding ways to make agonizing exits from major
Penalty-shootout defeats? There have been six of
those by England s men alone since the World Cup
semifinals in 1990. Refereeing injustices? England
midfielder Frank Lampard s shot that crossed the
line but wasn t awarded as a goal in the 2010 World
Cup quarterfinal exit to Germany still rankles, and
led to the introduction of goal-line technology.
Now it s the turn of England women s class of
2015 to feel the pain.
The nation woke yesterday to news that Laura
Bassett had scored an own goal in second-half stop-
page time, consigning England to a 2-1 loss to Japan
in the women s World Cup semifinals.
Bassett sobbed after the final whistle in Edmonton,
Canada --- and the hurt was shared across England.
"What a dreadful way to lose! Poor, poor Laura
Bassett," tweeted former England striker Gary Lineker,
a member of the 1990 team that lost to Germany
on penalties. "Despite the gut-wrenching nature of
the defeat, England s women were terrific and should
hold their heads high."
A peak audience of 2.4 million in Britain watched
the biggest game in the history of England s women,
broadcaster BBC said yesterday, signalling the interest
the team has generated during the tournament.
Their run to the semifinals --- the furthest England
has ever reached at a women s World Cup --- has
helped break down barriers, making back- and front-
page headlines in English newspapers and getting
plenty of exposure on TV and radio stations.
Never before has England been so into women s
"Beautiful to see the women s game get the expo-
sure it fully deserves here in the UK," former England
and Manchester United captain Rio Ferdinand said.
Despite the painful nature of the loss, England s
players were widely praised for the way they conducted
themselves and are now being viewed as role mod-
"Watching the post match interviews by the Eng-
land players & coach. Pure class," American soccer
Inter Milan signs
MADRID---Inter Milan has signed defender Joao
Miranda from Atletico Madrid.
Atletico says that the 30-year-old Brazilian center
back will play for Inter after the two clubs reached
Miranda spent four seasons at Atletico, helping it
win the Spanish league, Europa League and Copa
Atletico says on its club website that Miranda "will
always be remembered by Atletico s fans for his goal
that gave us the 2013 Copa del Rey" in the final
against fierce rival Real Madrid.
Atletico has already sold striker Mario Mandzukic
to Italian champion Juventus, replacing him with
Jackson Martinez from FC Porto.
Meanwhile, AC Milan has acquired Colombia striker
Carlos Bacca on a transfer from Spanish club Sevil-
la.Sevilla announced the deal on its club website.
The 28-year-old Bacca helped Sevilla win back-
to-back Europa League titles in the last two seasons.
His 20 goals in the Spanish league last season
made him the competition s fifth-leading scorer.
England wakes to
after a 2-1 loss
to Japan in a
encounter in the
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