Millie Bright column: How England’s ‘special aura’ can help drive us to success against US

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Fifa Women’s World CupHost nation: France Dates: 7 June – 7 July 2019Coverage: Live on BBC One from 19:30 BST. Text coverage on the BBC Sport website & App and commentary on Radio 5 Live from 20:00 BST.Chelsea and England defender Millie Bright will be writing columns for the BBC Sport website as the national team attempts to win this summer’s Women’s World Cup in France.When my centre-back partner Steph Houghton cleared the ball off the line after my backpass was intercepted in the quarter-final win over Norway, I didn’t need to apologise to her.Don’t get me wrong, it was a huge relief, especially as it came late in the game after I had been through hell in the build-up to the match with a virus.I had been in bed suffering for two days, had barely eaten anything and only made the call to declare myself fit on the morning of the game.The last 10 minutes were hard. I was tired and running out of energy and, despite all that, I knew that backpass wasn’t good enough by my own standards.Alex Scott’s tips on how to make it as a punditBut Steph didn’t say a word. Why? Because no matter what happens, she has my back. We both knew that I’d made a mistake, but she didn’t feel the need to have a go at me.She trusts and believes in me, like she does with all the England players, and I can’t tell you how much confidence that gives you.It’s the type of bond which is hard to quantify; like an unspoken one between two sisters who would do anything for each other.But that is the same f

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