Kelly Smith's stunning goal earned England a fine comeback win in their crucial Euro 2009 game against Russia.
Ksenia Tsybutovich headed Russia in front and when Oleysa Kurochkina made it 2-0 England were really struggling.
But Kaz Carney and Eniola Aluko got England on level terms before Smith's stunning 45-yard volley sealed a remarkable comeback before half-time.
Olga Petrova shot inches wide with the final kick of the game as England held on for a deserved win.
Russia began the stronger, with Valentina Savchenkova's long-range effort tipped over by England keeper Rachel Brown, and from the resulting corner, defender Tsybutovich was allowed to score from a free header.
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