Alex Scott spoke to FATV after joining a stellar group of players on a century of caps
England 1-1 Russia
UEFA Women's Euro 2013 Finals
5pm BST, Monday 15 July
Linköping Arena, Sweden
by Glenn Lavery in Linköping
Alex Scott spoke to FATV after winning her 100th cap against Russia.
The right-back was handed the captain’s armband by Casey Stoney as England grabbed a last-gasp draw which kept their Euro 2013 hopes alive.
Scott made her international debut in 2004 and quickly became one of the cornerstones of Hope Powell’s team.
She said: “It’s a proud achievement.
“Not a lot of players get that landmark so I have to look at that. It’s an honour every time I play for England.”
The 28-year-old knows England can play better than they did in Linköping but was pleased to still be in with a shout of reaching the quarter finals.
She added: “We showed character to come back in the game once again but we can’t keep doing that at this level.
“But we have to take the positives; at least we’ve still got a fighting chance in this tournament and that’s the main thing.”
Watch the full FATV interview with Scott below...