The Lionesses followed up their Euro 2022 win by beating the world champions 2-1 in front of a packed out crowd through goals from Lauren Hemp and Georgia Stanway either side of Sophia Smith’s strike.
Wiegman’s record now stands at 23 games unbeaten and a victory over one of the game’s heavyweights will only increase expectations ahead of next year’s tournament in Australia and New Zealand.
As European champions and one of the favourites for the World Cup, England undoubtedly have a target on their backs but the Lionesses coach was keen to stress that would be nothing new for her team.
Speaking to ITV Sport after the win, the Dutchwoman said: “The target is there all the time!
“Whatever happens we know this is just a starting point for the World Cup, but it shows you are at a very high level"
England travel to Brighton to host the Czech Republic on Tuesday, looking to cap off what has been a historic year with another victory.