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Lianne Sanderson reflected on a whirlwind week which resulted in a Player of the Match display in the F.A.Women's Cup Final and first call up for the England senior squad.
"I've been at Arsenal since I was nine years old and it is amazing to play in these games," said Lianne. "Going away with the England under-19s helped me - it was hard but I was up to match speed and it took my mind off the game, as I had been thinking about the Cup Final ever since we won the semi final.
"I do think about possibly playing for England but I just wanted to do well with Arsenal. My dad sent me a text on Tuesday to tell me I had got my first England call up for the Hungary game and it was a great moment."
Julie Fleeting took her goal tally for the season to 17 goals in just 15 appearances but remained as modest as ever. "Most have been in the six yard box," she smiled, "and that is credit to the girls who make the chances. It's great to play in this team as you know that the chances are going to come.
"It is such a big game in women's football and to finish the season in this way is brilliant. I'm disappointed I didn't score more but the important thing is that Arsenal won."
Photo - James Prickett.
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