'It ripped our dreams away' - Laura Bassett on her World Cup own goal heartache

"It never goes away and it will always be with me every single World Cup."

Former England defender Laura Bassett talks to BBC Bitesize about coping after her injury-time own goal which ended England hopes of winning the Women's World Cup in Canada in 2015.

She also talks about feeling supported and knowing your family are watching, welling up when singing the national anthem, and how four years on she still hasn't watched the footage of the goal which "ripped our dreams away from us".

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