By Kate Mcgreavy For Mailonline
Published: 13:18 BST, 27 June 2019 | Updated: 13:18 BST, 27 June 2019
Former England Women captain Faye White believes the experience of dealing with the Cameroon players’ behaviour will stand the Lionesses in good stead for the latter stages of the World Cup.
Phil Neville’s side face Norway in the quarter-finals of the competition on Thursday night after beating the African nation 3-0 last Sunday.
England’s last-16 clash was marred by the way the Cameroon side reacted to video assistant referee (VAR) decisions.
Faye White insists England have 'the composure and focus' to deal with World Cup pressure
England beat Cameroon in their last-16 clash with featured several controversial moments
The Cameroon players refused to re-start play after two VAR decisions did not go in their favour, which caused lengthy stoppages in play.
But White, who earned 90 caps for England between 1997 and 2012, insists that having had to deal with such disruption can be a positive for Neville’s side heading into the last eight.
‘You can only deal with what’s put in front of you,’ White, who is encouraging the nation to re-create the scenes of summer 2018 alongside pub chain Greene King, told Sportsmail.
‘I do think the way