LONDON (AP) — Returning to play at Wembley Stadium for a third time is a chance for England midfielder Jill Scott to reflect.
But not so much on her experience five years ago against Germany.
“I remember coming on,” Scott said, “and missing a sitter.”
The 32-year-old Scott will instead use the return visit by Germany on Saturday to bask in the advances in women’s soccer in England.
The crowd for the 3-0 loss to Germany in 2014 was an English team record 45,619. This time, it’s a sellout at English soccer’s national stadium with 86,619 tickets issued for the friendly game.
Should everyone who bought a ticket turn up, the crowd will easily exceed the 70,584 who watched Scott in a