Ellen White has enjoyed an array of memorable moments during her nine years as an England international.
From the spectacular finish against would-be World Cup winners Japan in 2011 to the dramatic last-minute winner over the mighty USA in 2017, White has a back catalogue of famous strikes to rival the very best.
The 29-year-old netted on her debut, against Austria in 2010, and is now the second highest scorer in the current squad, behind Karen Carney. And with 80 caps to her name, White is next in line to become the latest Lionesses centurion.
She enjoyed a trophy-laden spell at Arsenal before joining Notts County in 2014, where she appeared in the first-ever Women’s FA Cup Final to take place at Wembley Stadium in 2015, just one month after helping England win bronze at the World Cup.
Her on-field exploits have not gone unnoticed by her hometown, with White being given the Freedom of Aylesbury.