SARINA WIEGMAN challenged her goal-hungry Lionesses to be even more relentless in attack after beating North Macedonia.
In that game, Ellen White surpassed the goal record set by Sir Bobby Charlton and Harry Kane in an England jersey as the Lionesses clinched a 10-0 win.
The Manchester City star has turned 50th international goal with Beth Mead sacking FOUR followed by a hat trick from Ella Toone and Georgia Stanway’s brace.
White said: “I’m happy to have reached this milestone, but for me it’s all about winning and winning for the team.
“I love playing for England and I will do everything I can to contribute in any way to playing for my country.
“I know it’s my job to score goals but I want the team to win and the three points so we can qualify for the World Cup.
“I’m very blessed to have played with phenomenal players in England.
“Kelly Smith, to name just one, Rachel Yankey, Sue Smith and Fara Williams.
“I feel lucky to have been able to be on the pitch with this talent and currently in a squad where I look around and just say to myself, ‘Wow’.
Wiegman added: “We wanted to create a lot of chances and score a lot of goals and not concede, so that’s what we did.
“I’m impressed with how we scored the goals and I think we can be even more ruthless.”
The result was a third 10-0 away win for England in World Cup qualifiers before a 3-1 defeat by Austria in Group D against Northern Ireland.
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And Beth England and Niamh Charles will rejoin the squad with Leah Williamson in training ahead of this game following their negative Covid test results.
England, who beat their opponents 8-0 at the final time-out in St Mary’s, got off to a quick attacking start.
They forced a save from goalkeeper Viktorija Panchurova in the first minute after Lauren Hemp delivered against Stanway, with the Man City ace flicking the ball towards goal.
It was just three minutes before England registered their first set when Mead shot a Hemps drive and cross into the box from six yards out.
Wiegman’s aces doubled their lead shortly after White almost turned the ball in after a pass from Stanway.
And they did when Mead was knocked out by a stunning crossshot on the 11thth Minute.
Ella Toone almost scored moments later after catching a through ball from Mead
And the Man United playmaker came on the scoresheet near the half-hour stage with a pounding shot that gave the keeper no chance.
White extended the visitors’ lead to four and used Toone’s delivery to head home a header around the 41St minute
Stanway made it 5-0 near the half-time whistle and, after some quick passes, smashed the ball home with Toone and Hemp.
England showed no mercy in the second period as Mead scored two more goals early on to seal their four-star performance.
And Stanway sealed her brace after drilling the ball home in the 55th Minute when their team took an 8-0 lead.
Wiegman shuffled her deck with Jill Scott and Nikita Parris joining the fight before Katie Zelem, Alessia Russo and Rachel Daly came in the 70th Minute.
The team took a 9-0 lead, and Toone fired home moments later after a high pass exchange between Parris and Russo.
And the Man United ace scored his hat-trick shortly after as England rounded out the defeat with a tenth goal as the side met Northern Ireland next.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/5086154/ellen-white-england-north-macedonia/ White surpasses Kane and Charlton’s scoring records while Mead scores four in the Lionesses’ mighty World Cup qualifier victory