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Live Reporting

Sarah Rendell

All times stated are UK

  1. England return home

    Mary Earps

    England are back on home soil, landing at Heathrow this morning, with their World Cup runners-up medals safely stowed.

    The team secured their best-ever finish at a Women's World Cup but felt the hurt of losing out on the trophy thanks to Spain's Olga Carmona finishing off a stunning goal.

    Sarina Wiegman's side did not come away empty handed though, As well as their silver medals, England goalkeeper Mary Earps won the Golden Glove for her heroics throughout the tournament. She became only the second goalkeeper at a men's or women's World Cup with save a penalty in the final, her reaction to it going viral.

    We'll bring you any visuals of them arriving home if/when we have them.

  2. 'Hurting is an understatement' - Bright

    Millie Bright

    England captain Millie Bright has posted on social media for the first time since losing the World Cup final.

    "Hurting is an understatement. I don't have many words right now other than thank you to every single fan that supported us. Your love and support is phenomenal.

    "Extremely honoured to be a part of such a special group of players and staff. The journey continues."

  3. 'Wave of emotions'

    Tuesday's back pages


    Sarina Wiegman waving to photographers on England's route back home is the main image for the Metro.

  4. 'Martin hits spot for Gunners'

    Tuesday's back pages

    The Daily Express

    Another paper, this time the Daily Express, reports on Arsenal's win - their second from two Premier League fixtures so far.

    Daily Express
  5. 'Spot on Odegaard'

    Tuesday's back pages

    The I

    Martin Odegaard's penalty against Crystal Palace proved the difference in Arsenal's away win, The i making it their top story.

    The i
  6. 'No way back'

    Tuesday's back pages

    The Daily Mail

    The Daily Mail are also leading off of Mason Greenwood's Manchester United departure.

    Daily Mail
  7. 'Mikel's perfect ten'

    Tuesday's back pages

    The Daily Star

    The Daily Star report on Arsenal's win despite going down to 10 men after Takehiro Tomiyasu received a red card.

    Daily Star
  8. 'It's all over, Mason'

    Tuesday's back pages

    Daily Mirror

    Mason Greenwood leaving Manchester United is the top story for The Mirror.

  9. Good morning!

    Hello and welcome to today's live! The Lionesses return from the World Cup, which was held in New Zealand and Australia, this morning after losing out to Spain in the final on Sunday - we should have some visuals of their homecoming and potentially get to hear from one or two of the players.

    We will also take a look at last night's Premier League match between Arsenal and Crystal Palace where the former came away with a 1-0 win despite Takehiro Tomiyasu receiving a red card. Then there is the small matter of all things rumour mill and any other news which drops throughout the day!

    For now though let's take a look at what the papers are saying...