What they didn't do was play the ball quick enough.
"You've seen a little snippet of what a special player we've got", said Neville.
Taylor hasn't scored an global goal in over a year, but she's proved herself all over the world at club level and she was the Golden Boot victor in the Netherlands two years ago.
"She's built like a marathon runner and that's why she's so fit".
"We lack decades of development to reach world levels". She wins every tackle, wins every header, she slides, and she has real quality. This summer Coca-Cola and StreetGames will be working together to help young footballers access coaches and pitches as part of its Premier League sponsorship #WhereEveryonePlays.
"It was good because then, when everything was going on, the uncertainty, I could go over to Nikita and basically say "This is going to be a penalty, make sure you're ready", so you're not in that emotion when the decision gets given, you can accept it now and get ready to take the penalty, which she did fantastically".
While Scotland fought back in the second half, with Claire Emslie reducing the arrears, they could not find an equaliser against one of the tournament's favourites.
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"Obviously I'm disappointed we didn't get any points from the game, but I think from our first to second half performance you can see the improvement in what we're capable of", she said.
"We have to develop this system of play that is the right way to play football".
"And ultimately we are playing for England, for our country, and to make the supporters back home proud". There's never a reason to be irate unless you're trying to get more out of them, and that's what Neville is trying to do.
"We've challenged them 16 months ago to be best players in the world in their position".
The viewing figures for the game offer encouragement with regards to the growth of the women's game in the United Kingdom, as it attracted 37.8% of the available audience.
According to the BBC, the contest was the UK's most watched women's football game of all time.
The 20th-ranked Scots couldn't produce an equalizer against No. 3 England in Group D, which also features Japan and Argentina.
They had a training session in Nice on Monday morning, which the outfield players who had started Sunday's match sat out. Millie Bright was replaced by Abbie McManus due to injury.