Fans all say the same thing about Alex Scott's outfit during Holland vs USA as BBC pundit wears orange dress | The Sun

Fans all say the same thing about Alex Scott's outfit during Holland vs USA as BBC pundit wears orange dress | The Sun

December 3, 2022

ALEX SCOTT has worn the "orangest of orange dresses" today for the Netherlands vs USA World Cup match.

Fans loved the coincidence and the 38-year-old seemed delighted with the 2-0 half-time score.


Scott has 140 appearances for England women – who have a fierce rivalry with the US side.

The Three Lions have just about forgiven Alex Morgan for her tea-sipping celebration when she dumped them out of the semis at the 2019 World Cup.

But today Scott admitted: "I didn't mean to wear an orange dress today, I came in neutral!"

The orange dress even had white collar and cuffs, reminiscent of a traditional Dutch national team kit.

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One fan on social media asked: "Why has Alex Scott decided to wear orange at the Netherlands USA game?"

Another added: "Thanks for wearing an orange dress for our Dutch game, Alex!

"Greetings from Holland"

And one joked: "BBC are your pundits expected to be neutral in their dress code?

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"If so, Alex Scott didn't get the memo before putting on the orangest of orange dresses.

Netehrlands were firmly in command of the last-16 clash with USA.

Memphis Depay opened the scoring, sweeping home after a fine passing move.

And Daley Blind made it two just before half-time in what looked like a carbon copy of the first goal.

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