Life is a beach for lionesses! Phil Neville and his side of England go to the coast and get involved in a game of Twister as they prepare for the tough test in Argentina
- England went to the Normandy beach on Wednesday for training
- The Lionesses have won their World Cup campaign on Sunday
- They then face Argentina, which kept Japan in a draw in their opener
After enduring their turbulent clash with Scotland in their World Cup opener, the women of England went in search of quieter water on Wednesday morning.
Phil Neville's stars went to the beach in Normandy, a short walk from their Normandy Barriere Hotel, to participate in a mobility training course.
England has their World Cup campaign on their way to a winning start thanks to a 2-1 victory against their home country's rivals, and they are in a strong position to secure a knock-out place.
The English lionesses went to the beach on Wednesday for mobility training
Phil Neville to the coast with Rachel Daly and Millie Bright from their base in Normandy
Toni Duggan, who missed the opener against Scotland with injury, was excited
Ellen White (center), who scored against Scotland, leads the celebrations on her side during training
Victory against Argentina on Friday evening is enough to ensure that they reach the last 16 and preparations seemed to go well on the coast.
The team was cheerful, with Toni Duggan – who missed the opening match – depicted laughing with her teammates in the sand.
Ellen White, one of the goal scorers against Scotland, led her team in a party after her party won in one of the exercises.
There was even time for a game of Twister, where Duggan shared the action on her Instagram story.
More than 6 million people have signed up to watch the English clash with Scotland, demonstrating that the British public has a strong appetite for the Lioness campaign.
It is a huge boost to the popularity of the sport, as Fran Kirby explained before the tournament.
Duggan filmed her fellow team members who played Twister while the training staff watched
The team sits on a wall while they rest during the session on the road from the Barriere Hotel
Karen Bardsley was in a playful mood when the players trained for their Argentinian collision
& # 39; I don't think I've had women's football on TV since I started & # 39 ;, she said in an interview with Hyundai.
& # 39; You know the FA Cup final was not at Wembley, it was shown at the BBC as an airborne kind of game. It was not promoted.
& # 39; So I think it has changed enormously in respect and is going to be full time too, that has been a huge change. & # 39;
England is in Le Havre opposite Argentina on Friday evening, starting at 8 p.m.
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