England were knocked out of the Women’s World Cup by the United States after their third penalty miss of the tournament.
Here, PA looks back over England’s record from the spot.
Nikita Parris, England 2 Scotland 1 – Scored
Parris scored England’s first goal of the tournament from the spot, hammering emphatically into the top left corner after Nicola Docherty’s handball was picked up by VAR.
Nikita Parris, England 1 Argentina 0 – Missed
Ruth Bravo chopped down Alex Greenwood but Parris’ poor effort was brilliantly turned on to the right post by goalkeeper Vanina Correa. Jodie Taylor’s goal spared her team-mate’s blushes.
Nikita Parris, Norway 0 England 3 – Missed
Phil Neville’s side already led 3-0, ensuring Parris’ second miss of the tournament was inconsequential to the result but left a lingering worry for future games. Neville insisted afterwards that the Lyon-bound forward would remain England’s penalty taker.
Steph Houghton, England 1 United States 2 – Missed
VAR penalised Becky Sauerbrunn’s minimal contact on Ellen White as the six-goal striker went for her second goal of the game and a vital equaliser. Captain Houghton took over from Parris but scuffed her shot and Alyssa Naeher saved low to her right.
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