It was a good win, we played okay, we passed the ball well, we were ruthless in attack. we're ready to play in a quarter final.
Goal ruled out with more Cameroon protests.
"It wasn't football for me, in terms of their behavior".
"I've got to tell the truth and say that I've never seen behaviour as bad as Cameroon's on a football pitch before".
"I came to this World Cup to be successful but also to play a part in making women's football globally more visible, to put on a show that highlights how women's football is improving", Neville said. I can't stand here and say i enjoyed it, my players didn't enjoy it.
Neville pulled no punches at the final whistle, condemning the Cameroon players for their behavior and claiming the referee had got her decisions correct.
England (4-1-2-3): 1 Karen Bardsley (Manchester City); 2 Lucy Bronze (Lyon), 5 Steph Houghton (Manchester City), 6 Millie Bright (Chelsea), 3 Alex Greenwood (Manchester United); 4 Keira Walsh (Manchester City); 8 Jill Scott (Manchester City), 10 Fran Kirby (Chelsea); 7 Nikita Parris (Lyon), 18 Ellen White (Manchester City), 11 Toni Duggan (Barcelona).
In the final minute of the game, Alexandra Takounda Engolo was lucky that the VAR team only deemed her rash rake down the ankle of Steff Houghton to be a yellow card offence.
VAR was used to review a potential offside, but ultimately the goal stood.
And Neville believes the officials were going easy on Cameroon by the end.
"Steph Houghton was player of the match and can't be here as she's on the treatment table, from the tackle that everyone saw".
Phil Neville's side, who dominated possession and territory throughout, had to remain calm and composed after the Cameroon players became incensed when two VAR calls went against them, causing two lengthy delays to proceedings. Let us know what you think.
Cameroon were once again aggrieved by VAR after seeing their goal early in the second half ruled out for a marginal offside all. We've been spoken to 350,000 times by referees in the last 3 weeks.
At times during the incident-filled game in northeast France, the Cameroon players looked like they might refuse to resume playing as they protested against decisions while referee Quin Liang struggled to maintain control. "My players did that, and I'm proud". My players kept their concentration, but those images are going out worldwide and young girls are seeing that behaviour and it's not right.