England legend Ellen White has admitted she fears for the Lionesses following Keira Walsh’s harm towards Denmark.
The midfielder was taken off the sphere with a suspected ACL harm after showing to mouth off ‘I did my knee’ when going off.
To write for BBC Sportsformer England striker White has opened up about how detrimental the lack of Walsh can be for the Lionesses within the World Cup.
She wrote: (At the Euro 2022) every part got here by means of Keira. There was no plan B.
“I couldn’t imagine losing her because she was one of our best players. Beth Mead scored all the goals, but all our play came through Keira.
Keira Walsh was carried off the field on Friday during England’s 1-0 win over Denmark
The midfielder was seen mouthing ‘I did my knee’ as she left the pitch in tears
Ellen White has admitted she fears the Lionesses after losing Walsh to injury
“She was the main cog, everything moved through her.”
White continued to disclose that she doesn’t imagine England has a prepared substitute for Walsh.
“I just don’t know who England will have in that six, or even potential double six, role now.”
Despite the harm, Sarina Wiegman’s facet managed to safe a 1-0 victory over Denmark after Lauren James’ improbable early assault.
The win sees them exit Group D with a sport to spare, following a gap day victory over Haiti.
They will stay assured to succeed in the ultimate levels of the match, however could possibly be in hassle with out Walsh if she is dominated out for the rest of the World Cup.