Should we move the goalposts?

It’s been a memorable few days at the Women’s World Cup in France. Natalie Sawyer digests it in the company of Molly Hudson, Rebecca Myers and Tottenham goalkeeper Chloe Morgan.

The fall-out from the USA’s 13-0 victory over Thailand continues. Were the Americans disrespectful in their failure to ease off? Did they celebrate too much? And with Chelsea manager Emma Hayes writing in The Times about the plight of Thailand’s 5ft 5in goalkeeper, should the goals be smaller in women’s football?

The hosts continue to win, seeing off Norway 2-1 thanks to a controversial penalty awarded by VAR. Will the debate over technology rumble on throughout the tournament?


And with Phil Neville perhaps set to rotate for England’s second group game, is there a danger that the Lionesses are about to underestimate Argentina?