The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup quarterfinal round concluded Saturday as England rallied to defeat Colombia at Sydney's Stadium Australia.
Mayra Ramírez had a solid opportunity, but England's back line held firm once again.
Colombia's Lorena Bedoya Durango drilled a shot from distance, but England goalkeeper Mary Earps came up with an incredible acrobatic save.
Alessia Russo got behind the Colombia defense and delivered a perfect shot in the corner of the goal to give England a 2-1 lead.
Colombia midfielder Leicy Santos got the first score of the game with a beautiful chip into the net that was perfectly placed out of the reach of Mary Earps.
The teenage prodigy showed off her skill yet again while surrounded by England defenders in the box, but the Lionesses were able to prevent her from getting a shot off.
With the final blow of the whistle, England book their semi-final date with Australia on August 16!