England coach Mark Sampson says his team "have made history" by beating Norway 2-1 to win their first Women's World Cup knockout match and progress to the quarter-finals.
The Lionesses have "stepped up" and match-winner Lucy Bronze credits a "team effort" in a "very tough game to play in".
England's other goalscorer, captain Steph Houghton, believes the team "have come a long way" having taken "a bit of stick earlier in the tournament".
You can catch up with all the best bits from each day of the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada right here.
Available to UK users only.