After a VAR review for stamping on Michelle Alozie’s back during a match that England won on penalties, she was dismissed.
James will miss Saturday’s quarterfinal matchup with Colombia due to a suspension.
“You have my undying love and respect. She apologized to Alozie on social media for what had occurred.
“Playing with and for our England fans and my team-mates is my greatest honor, and I promise to learn from my experience,” he added.
With three goals and three assists, the 21-year-old was one of England’s standout players in the group matches.
Lauren is truly sorry for her conduct that resulted in the red card and is filled with guilt, according to an English statement. It is totally inconsistent with who she is.
Although Fifa has not specified a deadline for making a decision, it is possible that she will be suspended for more than one match and thus miss the remainder of the tournament, even if England wins.
England continued, “We will assist Lauren at all times and will advance representation on her behalf.
“We will not make any further comments until after any decision has been made,” the statement reads. “We fully respect Fifa’s disciplinary process.”
Alozie from Nigeria, a player for the Houston Dash in the US, had written on Facebook: “We are competing on a global platform.
“This game is filled with passion, overwhelming feelings, and moments. Lauren James is to be admired.