England beat Haiti 1-0 in tight contest to crown Euro champions in Women's World Cup

England beat Haiti 1-0 in the Women's World Cup on Saturday.

A retake penalty from Georgia Stanway in the 29th minute proved enough to earn England the three points.

Wiegman said "Winning is the most important thing but now the last thing we need is to blow our chances."

In this match, England made 19 shots on goal, including 10 on target.

Thiès made successive saves to keep Haiti in the contest, including stopping Stanway's first penalty attempt.

Haiti coach Nicolas Delpine said, "We are very proud of our performance." "We have worked very hard and this was a huge test for us.

Winners England will next face Denmark in Sydney on Friday.

Haiti will take on China in Adelaide on Friday hoping for a win.