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England 2 (White 18,73)>
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White double earns England draw
 Women's Football England International News - 7 Mar 2018
Germany 2 (Kayicki 17, Bright og 52)
England 2 (White 18,73)

Ellen White scored twice to earn England a 2-2 draw with Germany at the SheBelieves Cup.
England now have four points in this annual round-robin tournament - the most they have amassed in the competition's three-year existence.
There were five changes from the 4-1 win over France with Siobhan Chamberlain, Abbie McManus, Fara Williams, Melissa Lawley and White coming in for Karen Bardsley, Anita Asante, Keira Walsh, Nikita Parris and Jodie Taylor.
England, who were treated to a pre-match pep talk by former Three Lions captain David Beckham, made a blistering start against Les Bleues but they were on the back foot in the opening exchanges in New Jersey and fell behind on 17 minutes.
Chamberlain failed to collect a left sided cross and after some pinball inside the box, Demi Stokes' clearance smashed off Kayikci and into the back of the net.
But the Lionesses levelled straight from the kick off when Williams' long range effort was deflected home by White, who scored the winner against USA in the same stadium last year.
England almost went ahead a few minutes later following some good build-up play, again involving the spritely Lawley, but Toni Duggan's sidefooter curled just past the far post.
Stokes then hit a shot over the bar and Williams zipped a free kick narrowly wide as England grew in confidence.
Olympic champions Germany bounced back after the break and retook the lead in fortuitous circumstances. A mix-up between Chamberlain and McManus led to Lina Magull drilling a shot goalwards. Chamberlain attempted to clear with her feet but the ball hit Bright on the heel and bounced into the net.
England responded once more, though. A long ball forward by Stokes found White, who had sprung the offside trap, in acres of space and the Birmingham City striker kept her cool to beat Almuth Schult with a neat finish from just inside the box.
Alexandra Popp headed over shortly before White almost won the game for the Lionesses - but Schult stood firm at her near post.
There was one more heart-in-your-mouth moment for Bright when her clearance whizzed just wide of Chamberlain's right hand upright.
England: Siobhan Chamberlain, Lucy Bronze, Demi Stokes, Fara Williams (sub Keira Walsh 59mins), Abbie McManus, Millie Bright, Melissa Lawley (sub Rachel Daly 85mins), Jill Scott (sub Izzy Christiansen 67mins), Ellen White, Fran Kirby (sub Jodie Taylor 90mins), Toni Duggan (sub Nikita Parris 67mins).

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