England goal scorer Jodie Taylor is emotional after the "amazing" 2-1 quarter-final victory over hosts Canada at the 2015 Women's World Cup.
Taylor scored the opener in her first start of the tournament, while Lucy Bronze added a second before Christine Sinclair reduced the deficit. But the Lionesses held on for a famous win to book a place with holders Japan.
England boss Mark Sampson says he is "proud" of his players for defeating the hosts in a packed Vancouver stadium, which he describes as an "absolute cauldron".
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