Bright vows England 'will put on a show' in pursuit of World Cup glory

Millie Bright insists England ‘need to play the game of their lives’ to secure World Cup glory against Spain

  • Millie Bright promised England will do everything they can to win the World Cup
  • The Lionesses could secure a historic victory when they face Spain on Sunday
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England’s Lionesses are preparing to play the game of their lives in today’s World Cup final as they called on the nation to get behind them one more time.

Sarina Wiegman’s side are 90 minutes from history, with Spain standing in their way of replicating the achievements of the 1966-winning team.

England captain Millie Bright admitted playing in the final will be a dream come true and promised she and her team-mates would give everything to bring the trophy home for the country.

‘I think everyone knows how big this is, I think it’s been players’ dreams for years,’ Bright said.

‘We know how passionate our nation is and how much they want us to win. We need to play the game of our lives.

Millie Bright called on England fans to ‘stick with us for one more game’ ahead of their historic clash with Spain

Lionesses secured a place in the World Cup final for the first time in their history with victory over Australia on Wednesday

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‘It’s important our process remains the same. Mentality-wise everyone is super excited to get out there and put a show on.

‘We’d like to say thank you not only to the fans back home but the fans here as well.

‘We’ve felt really welcomed and really special over here. Every game has been incredible. Back home, we’ve seen the videos, we really appreciate everyone setting their alarm clocks and making the effort to support us even though we’re a million miles apart.

‘It’s amazing what football can do in really bringing everyone together, especially our nation. We’re really proud, stick with us for one more game.’

Wiegman, who today will become the first manager to lead two different nations to a World Cup final, added: ‘It’s incredible what happens. We’ve felt the support, we’ve felt the support here but also from the other side of the world.

Sarina Wiegman hailed England fans for their support ahead of the clash with Spain

‘It’s very exciting to play the game tomorrow and of course we are really eager to win it too. It just shows again how football unites and to bring something positive, it brings people together when you get so far in a tournament, people get more and more excited and that’s what you see now in the UK and abroad, here too in Australia. 

‘When a country is behind a team, that’s very special and it’s so much more than just playing football.

‘We just hope that we play our best game ever tomorrow and hope supporters will enjoy it.’

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