- Alex Scott took to social media on Thursday to show her 100 appearances cap
- The England player retired from the Lionesses after 140 caps in September 2017
- Fara Williams is the most-capped player in the side with 165 appearances so far
- Scott now helps cover the women’s games as a television pundit and analyst
Alex Scott had a welcome delivery in the post on Thursday as she finally received her special 100th cap to mark her England duty.
The former Lioness took to social media to show off her latest piece of career memorabilia sent from UEFA.
‘Nice little surprise receiving this special 100th cap from @UEFA today.. Need to find space for special shirts and caps like this from my career #140 & out,’ Scott tweeted.
Alex Scott posted a photo of her special cap to mark her service to England women’s
Scott is the side’s second longest serving player having made 140 appearances before retiring
Scott is the second most-capped player for the women’s team behind 34-year-old central midfielder Fara Williams who remains involved in Phil Neville’s plans.
Williams has 167 caps to date compared to Scott’s impressive haul of 140.
The Arsenal right-back was met with plenty of praise from supporters highlighting her good service in recent years having played in three World Cups and four European Championships.
Scott is now a pundit and analyst for the Premier League, BBC and Sky Sports.