Barrow's Georgia Stanway was again a late substitute, as England reached the last 16 of the Women's World Cup with a 1-0 victory over a resolute Argentina in Le Havre on Friday night.

It is the first time the Lionesses have won their first two group games at a World Cup and it came about as a result of Jodie Taylor's 61st minute goal, her first in international football in 14 months.

Prior to that England had been largely frustrated by Argentina goalkeeper Vanina Correa, who saved a first-half penalty from Nikita Parris as part of what was an outstanding performance from the veteran stopper.

Stanway was the first sub brought on by coach Phil Neville, as she replaced the impressive Beth Mead in the 81st minute, almost the exact same stage of the game in which she was introduced in the Lionesses' 2-1 opening victory over Scotland.

Just as in that game, Parris had the chance to open the scoring from the spot after Alex Greenwood was felled in the area by Ruth Bravo, but Correa brilliantly tipped her effort on to the post.

Correa continued to shine either side of half-time, first denying Mead with her left leg before somehow repelling a venomous strike by Parris from the edge of the area.

But she was finally beaten when a well-crafted England move that started within their own half ended with Mead sending in a terrific low ball that Taylor tapped in at the back post.