The England triumph of 2009 that will fire their Women’s World Cup hopes

Four members of Phil Neville’s squad won the Under-19 Euros 10 years ago. They believe that could prove crucial in France

Lucy Bronze recalls a goal from a decade ago as if it were yesterday. “I remember both the goals that we scored in the final,” she says. “The one that Toni Duggan scored – it went: pass, pass, pass, Jade Moore had a chance to score but it wasn’t quite on, so she slipped it to the side to Toni for a tap in.”

Duggan was 17, it was her birthday, and she had scored the opener in the 2009 Under-19 European Championship final against Sweden in Belarus. Jordan Nobbs added a second.

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