Ella Toone celebration defined after objective towards Australia in Women’s World Cup semi-final

Ella Toone struck an impressive opener for England towards Australia within the Women’s World Cup semi-final.

The Manchester United star smashed the ball excessive into the highest nook earlier than wheeling away in delight together with her teammates.

The 23-year-old, who has grabbed her alternative instead of the suspended Lauren James, defined her celebration forward of time.

“Yeah, I’d do an absolute insanity,” Toone instructed BBC 5 Live. “I definitely do think about that and in tournament football, moments fall to different people, and if you take them moments, and we’ve definitely had a lot of them throughout the tournament.

“I’m sure if it falls to me in the box then I’d be buzzing to put it away. Well, usually anything happens!

“But I’m on strict orders that my mates, we all got matching tattoos before I came out. They want me to kiss it and do a little love heart. so I promised them I’d do that.”

BBC pundit Alex Scott praised Toone’s impression, saying: “She lost her place to Lauren James, she’s saying, ‘don’t forget about me,’ what a goal it was.”

While Ellen White added: There’s a little bit of chew behind that, I’m nonetheless right here, I’m right here for a present, I’m not going anyplace and I’m taking this staff to a World Cup closing.”

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