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'There is no need for tears': Phil Neville reflects on England's World Cup exit

England manager Phil Neville has said his team had shown how close they are to the top of the women’s game despite a 2-1 loss to the United States in their World Cup semi-final on Tuesday.
The Lionesses have now lost three straight semi-finals following defeat to Japan in the 2015 World Cup in Canada and the loss to the Netherlands in Euro 2017.
After a relentless game in which England captain Steph Houghton missed a late penalty, Neville chose an upbeat assessment, saying ‘there is no need for tears … we should just be proud.’
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