England manager Phil Neville speaking to BBC One: "We’re where we want to be. I think we’ve seen tonight Lucy Bronze is the best player in the world, without a shadow of a doubt – with her athleticism and quality. There’s no player like her in the world. I played full-back but never to that level."
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Ex-England international on BBC One
Lucy Bronze announced herself at the last World Cup and she has to deal with people knowing her game.
She showed why she is the best right-back in the world.
She loves a challenge, tell her 'you are the best, now you have to be the best player in the world' and she rises to that.
I knew Lucy would take my place in the team and I give her a huge pat on the back for that.
England right-back Lucy Bronze speaking to BBC: "It was a comfortable game, even out of possession, we were comfortable. They had good chances but defensively we were so solid. We were clinical and found the gaps in their defence while our defence stayed strong.
"It always seems to be against Norway [she also scored against them at the last World Cup]. I've been dreaming of getting to the semi-final in Lyon. All the passion came out in that strike.
"I was practicing that one this morning. I did a few shots like that. Practice makes perfect."
What a night! England are into the semi-finals of the World Cup for the second tournament in a row.
Can they go one step further this time? We will find out their opponents tomorrow so join us for live coverage of France v USA.
In the meantime, I'll leave you with some of the best reaction. See you in the semi-finals!Copyright: Getty Images
You can watch highlights on England's 3-0 victory below.
It's worth checking out our World Beaters programme on Lucy Bronze which is still available to watch on the BBC iPlayer.
Banned from playing football for boys’ teams as a kid, England defender Bronze tells BBC Sport how she fought back from injury to represent her country and play for Lyon.
In her own words, Lucy offers insight into her unique journey, and how she discovered her passion for the sport.Copyright: BBC Sport
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"Really? That's class!" was Georgia Stanway's response when she found out her wish had been granted at Glastonbury.
The England sub had tweeted the festival organisers earlier in the week to ask them to show the match on the big screen for her brother.
"He mentioned over breakfast about getting it on there and I thought I'd put out a tweet but didn't think anything would happen.
"Those thousands of people have now seen us do well so hopefully they'll support us again on Tuesday."
England keeper Karen Bardsley speaking to BBC: "I’m still trying to replay it [the game] over in my head. It was a very commanding performance.
"We were brave in playing in tight spaces and stuck to the game plan. It was exquisite to watch. We could have had a few more opportunities. It was a very convincing win. They took Australia to the dying moments and penalties. I’m so pleased we won in the way we did.
"I’m so proud of these girls. We keep building momentum and facing new challenges and overcoming obstacles. I’m very proud of these girls and they’re chomping at the bit to reach the semis
"I don’t care [who we play in the semis]. I just want to play. I’m ready. Let’s go."Copyright: Getty Images
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England captain Steph Houghton speaking to BBC: "We know we are one game away from a final. We've been ticking games off in our head.
"The performances are getting better. You know a semi-final will be tough no matter who we play.
"We look forward to watching them [France and USA]. We'll be going to the training pitch and getting even better."
There's another huge match tomorrow as hosts France take on defending champions the USA at 20:00 BST.
That match will be live on BBC One and Radio 5 live and you can follow live text updates on the website.
The winner of that match will face England in the semi-finals in Lyon on Tuesday. One of Italy, the Netherlands, Germany or Sweden will await in the final.Copyright: Getty Images
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BBC Radio 5 Live
Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, England manager Phil Neville said: "That was the best they have played under me. We keep saying we are having fun and they are playing like it. Yesterday, I knew we were going to win this game because of the look in their eyes and the 11 that didn't play were driving it.
This is where we want to be. Some people back off when they get to this stage, and maybe it's an English mentality, but not this group of players. Whether it's this year or next, success will come their way because they are a fantastic bunch.
"We paid respect to Norway but we are the third best team in the world and we have confidence in our own ability. We heard how they were going to outrun us and we stuck to our plan and passed the ball and the ball never got tired tonight."
Asked on his preference for the semi-final: "It doesn't matter, they are both fantastic teams and it will be an unbelievable occasion for women's football and my players are ready."
England midfielder on BBC One
It was great to see the girls last night, they were so relaxed.
Lucy Bronze is one of my closest friends and I am so proud of what she is doing, she will be a key part as to why we win the World Cup.
England right-back Lucy Bronze: "It was a comfortable game, even out of possession, we were comfortable. They had good chances but defensively we were so solid. We were clinical and found the gaps in their defence while our defence stayed strong.
"It always seems to be against Norway [she also scored against them at the last World Cup]. I've been dreaming of getting to the semi-final in Lyon [she plays for Lyon]. All the passion came out in that strike.
"I was practising that one this morning. I did a few shots like that. Practice makes perfect.
"I'm excited to be going to Lyon now
"We'll have to raise our game against France or the USA but we know we can match up against either one of those teams. We can get a rest and watch the rest of the quarter-finals now."Copyright: Getty Images
Nikita Parris is the second player to have failed to convert two Women's World Cup penalties - but the first to do so in the same edition.
Mia Hamm missed in 1991 versus Japan and in 2003 versus Norway. Parris' other penalty miss coming against Argentina in Group D.
England midfielder on BBC One
It was a great save for Nikita Parris' penalty, knowing her she will want to take the next penalty again and I hope she has confidence to do that.