England beat Germany in additional time by successful Euro 2022

England’s Euro 2022 dream got here true when Chloe Kelly’s extra-time aim noticed the Lionesses beat Germany 2-1 in additional time to safe their first main trophy in entrance of record-breaking crowds at Wembley.

Kelly pierced the ball previous Germany goalkeeper Merle Frohms within the one hundred and tenth minute to revive the hosts’ lead after fellow substitute Ella Toone’s great opening splinter.

The eight-time German champion, who misplaced her spearhead Alexandra Popp to a warm-up harm, equalized with 11 minutes of regulation time remaining due to Lina Magull.

The match seemed doomed to penalty shootouts till Kelly’s opportunistic effort led Sarina Wiegman’s aspect to a historic victory.

A yr after the lads’s crew misplaced the European Championship remaining in the identical stadium on penalties to Italy, England can rejoice their first worldwide trophy since their 1966 conquer West Germany.

It was the third look in a Euro remaining for the Leonesse, and the primary since they misplaced 6-2 to Germany in 2009.

There was exultation on the remaining whistle because the enormity of the outcome emerged on the Leonesse in entrance of a crowd of 87,192 spectators, the biggest ever attendance for a European Championship match.

They have been two consecutive European successes for Wiegman after overseeing Holland’s house triumph in 2017.

He has endured an virtually flawless spell in workplace since taking energy in September, successful 18, drawing twice and scoring 106 with out struggling a single defeat.

England ahead Beth Mead completed the event as a Golden Boot winner after beating Germany’s Alexandra Popp, regardless of each gamers scoring six objectives.

Arsenal’s Mead was awarded the distinguished award as a result of she had extra assists than Popp, with the English participant scoring 5 objectives for her teammates.

It was redemption for Mead, only a yr after she was ignored of the Group GB squad for the Tokyo Olympics.

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