Alex Scott rocks bold outfit for Women's World Cup final as fans praise 'brilliant' host and make BBC vs ITV decision | The Sun

ALEX SCOTT has delighted fans with her World Cup coverage this summer – and she's not left them disappointed for the final.

The BBC presenter has lit up screens with her charisma and analysis.

Former Lioness Scott appeared as a pundit alongside ex-England team-mates Ellen White and Fara Williams, with Gabby Logan on hosting duties for the final.

And England legend Scott rocked a pink and grey blazer for the big one.

With Laura Woods presenting ITV's coverage, and former Lionesses Eni Aluko and Karen Carney on pundit duties, fans had a tricky decision to make over which coverage to tune in to.

But for many, Scott was the deciding factor.


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One tweeted in reference to Ian Wright apearing as a pundit on ITV: "With some legends Ian but the girls on bbc just edge it this morning @AlexScott @fara_williams47 @GabbyLogan."

While a second wrote: "I can't claim to be hugely interested in the football, but the BBC coverage has made me feel a swell of pride within about 5 minutes.

"Gabby Logan and Alex Scott are so brilliant at the big occasions."

A third gushed: "fara was correct about alex scott’s outfitttt."

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And a fourth commented: "alex scott i'm in actual tears i love you."

Another added: "The way Alex Scott talks about women's football is always so impactful, great person to give a platform to."

Scott, 38, produced a package on the 50-year history of the women's game in England.

Commenting on the piece, one fan tweeted: "Love listening to Alex Scott talk about the women and girls game.

"The emotion, honesty and passion for the game is there for all to see."

Another added: "That Alex Scott package on the 50-year ban on women's football in England has taken me over the edge a bit, here."

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