Women's World Cup: England beat Mexico 2-1
England beat Mexico in their second match at the Women's World Cup to put themselves in a strong position to qualify for the last 16.
Fran Kirby, the 21-year-old striker, scored midway through the second half in her first start at a major tournament.
After losing their opening game against France, it was an important win for England.
As England relaxed they doubled the lead with Karen Carney's late header and although there was a late scare when Fabiola Ibarra scored, Mark Sampson's side held on.
The victory means England are now equal on points with France.
A point in England's last game against Colombia should be enough to progress given that in four of the tournament's six groups, three teams will qualify for the second round.