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Eniola Aluko in Fantasyland after England Qualify For World Cup Semi

29 June 2015, 11:25Soccer Laduma

Lagos - Eniola Aluko has expressed her happiness after England qualified for the semi - final of the Women's World Cup following their hard fought 2 - 1 win against hosts Canada in the early hours of Sunday morning.

For the third time in the competition, the Chelsea star was named among the substitutes and failed to come off the bench, with manager Mark Sampson preferring Portland Thorns' Jodie Taylor upfront.

Once again, Aluko was delighted with her team's performance and thanked her well - wishers for their support.

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''Semi Final of the World Cup!!! Feels surreal to tweet it!!! Another great performance from this team! Bring on #JAP now #England,'' the England number nine said.

''That moment you reach the semi-final of @FIFAWWC. Thank you all for your support back home! My family & friends.''

Eniola Aluko and the Three Lionesses will tackle Japan in the semi - final on Wednesday.

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