England are through to the last four of the World Cup after beating tournament hosts Canada.
First-half goals from Jodie Taylor and Lucy Bronze propelled England into their first ever World Cup semi-final after they held on to win 2-1 in Vancouver.
Fresh from their first ever knockout win in this competition earlier this week against Norway, England, who have been beaten three times at the quarter-final stage, stunned John Herdman's side with two goals in three minutes.
Christine Sinclair pulled one back on the stroke of half-time following a rare mistake from goalkeeper Karen Bardsley but England defended resolutely to restrict Canada's chances in the second half.
The win, their fourth successive 2-1 victory, sets up a last four meeting with defending champions Japan, who defeated Australia 1-0 earlier in the day, in Edmonton.
The tweet said: "Our lionesses go back to being mothers, partners and daughters today, but they have taken on another title - heroes."
England's Lionesses have landed back in the UK with their heads held high
The mother of England's Laura Bassett has told ITV News her daughter will bounce back from scoring the decisive own goal in the semi-final.