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Women's World Cup: Jodie Taylor gives England 1-0 win over Argentina to secure place in last 16 of World Cup in France

Jodie Taylor celebrates scoring for England at the Women's World Cup
Jodie Taylor celebrates scoring for England at the Women's World Cup

England secured a place in the last 16 of the Women's World Cup as Jodie Taylor's second-half finish earned them a 1-0 win against Argentina in Le Havre.

Euro 2017 top-scorer Taylor turned the ball in at the back post just after the hour mark as she met a Beth Mead delivery at the end of a good move.

It had been a frustrating game up to that point for the Lionesses, with Nikita Parris seeing a 29th-minute penalty saved by Vanina Correa.

The goalkeeper thwarted Phil Neville's side with further impressive stops to keep out strikes from Mead and Parris before Taylor's goal broke Argentina's dogged resistance.

Having sealed progress to the next round after taking six points from two matches, England will head into their final Group D game, against Japan in Nice on Wednesday, looking to cement top spot in the pool.

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Argentina celebrate as they make it 3-3 against Scotland in the Women's World Cup1

WATCH: Late VAR drama sinks Scots

Scotland were sent crashing out of the Women's World Cup as they lost a 3-0 lead to draw 3-3 with Argentina thanks to a dramatic late re-taken penalty given by VAR.

Get all the latest football gossip from the day's back pages2

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Keep up to date with all the latest transfer news and rumours in our Transfer Market4

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