England edges Haiti 1-0 in a tough opener for Euro champions at Women’s World Cup

Dumornay regularly troubled the England defence and created opportunities, but Haiti couldn’t quite finish.

They went within inches of an equaliser, only for England goalkeeper Mary Earps to make a crucial reflex save in the 81st in a close-range, one-on-one with substitute forward Roseline Éloissaint.

“I can say if we do that against England, we can do anything against anyone,” Dumornay said.

Dumornay was threatening on the counter and missed with her first real opportunity, narrowly…

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