England Tops Colombia in Women's World Cup Moves On to Norway

England will face Norway in the second round of the Women's World Cup after a victory over Colombia ensured they qualified second in Group F. Mark Sampson's side established control early on and went ahead when Karen Carney scored from close range following Steph Houghton's free-kick. By the break England were 2-0 up as Fara Williams slammed home a penalty for her 38th international goal. England went on to win 2-1. England will face a sterner test in the second round against Norway, who is ranked five places below them at 11th in the world, in Ottawa on Monday.