Norfolk's Lauren Hemp found the net as England booked their place in the last 16 of the World Cup with a dominant 6-1 victory over China in Adelaide. 

The North Walsham-born winger was recalled to Sarina Wiegman's starting line-up after being a substitute in their 1-0 win over Denmark at the weekend. 

Wiegman shuffled her pack after Keira Walsh suffered a tournament-ending knee injury during Friday's victory in Sydney, moving to a three-at-the-back formation with Hemp partnering Alexia Russo up front. 

The Manchester City forward converted goal number two after 26 minutes of the Group D game. Hemp finished nicely after being slotted in behind China's defence by Lauren James - who netted an impressive brace of her own. 

Hemp played a pivotal role in a rampant attacking performance from England which saw them secure their place in the knockout stage of the competition. She was eventually replaced by Chloe Kelly in the 71st minute. 

Goals from Hemp, James, Russo, Chloe Kelly and Rachel Daly ensured they topped the group they shared with China, Denmark and Haiti. 

England have won all three matches in the competition so far and will play Nigeria in the round of 16 next Monday.