MILLIE BRIGHT hope to score another goal for England when they face Germany for the first time since their loss at Wembley 2019.
And the centre-back believes her German rivals remain a serious threat despite their squad being plagued by illness and injury.
Wednesday night’s Arnold Clark Cup match at Molineux will be the third and final game of the tournament for the teams, with the goal of both being a win.
And Sarina Wiegman urged her trump card More ‘ruthless’ in attack with Bright having scored their only goal of the tournament so far.
The Chelsea The defender, 28, said: “As a defender, you always want to help the team in any way, form or form.
“And not just keeping clean sheets but scoring more goals, that’s what everyone is doing.
“We don’t want to rely on any individual, this is a team sport and the more points we have in the standings, the better.
“You can see the intent in the game, everyone is on the same page and feels really connected.”
Wiegman added: “We created a lot of chances against Spain and we really wanted to score a goal!
“We want to take that next step. That involves decision making, ultimate connection with the players and ruthlessness as well. ”
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Germany, home to WSL players including Chelsea goalkeeper Ann-Katrin Berger, have won three of their last six duels with the Lionesses.
These include a friendly in November 2019 in front of a record crowd of 45,619 at Wembley during Phil Neville’s tenure
And the final match between the opponents ended with a 2-1 victory in the World Cup group stage for the home team
Wednesday’s clash, however, will see the hosts go head-to-head with a Germany team lacking more than a dozen players due to Covid problems and injuries.
Wolfsburg’s Tabea Wassmuth and Chelsea’s Svenja Huth and ace Melanie Leupolz are among the high-profile absentees.
Bright believes Germany will be hard to beat no matter which of the 11 they start.
The Derbyshire-born centre-back added: “Everybody is our opponent and that’s a good mentality to have because you can’t underestimate any team – whether they’re short on players or not. are not.
“It’s international football so everyone has a strong squad.”
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