Jill Scott has followed England team-mate Ellen White in announcing her retirement from football.
Here, the PA news agency takes a look at the numbers during Scott’s successful career.
161 – caps for England, second only in the list to Fara Williams (172).
27 – goals she scored for the Lionesses, the last coming in a Euro 2022 warm-up match against Switzerland.
35 – her age as she calls time on her career.
4 – clubs Scott represented during her career, with spells at Sunderland, Everton, Manchester City and Aston Villa.
9 – major tournaments she represented England in, starting with the 2007 World Cup.
1 – Euro 2022 was the Lionesses’ first major tournament win.
4 – Women’s FA Cup wins, three times with Manchester City and once with Everton.
2 – Olympic Games played at for Team GB, in London 2012 and eight years later at Tokyo.
1 – Women’s Super League title, with Manchester City in 2016.
5,815 – days between her England debut on August 30 2006 and her final appearance as a substitute in the Euros final on July 31 2022.
2020 – year she was awarded an MBE for services to women’s football.