England’s Three Lionesses defeat Germany in final to win first ever Euro trophy

England are the new UEFA Women’s champions!


gland made history on Sunday as the Three Lionesses claimed their first ever European Championship after overcoming Germany 2-1 in the final at Wembley.

An extra-time winner from Chloe Kelly sealed victory for the Lionesses.

After a physical first half ended goalless, Ella Toone gave England the lead with a moment of beauty, neatly chipping the ball over German goalkeeper Merle Frohm.

But Germany equalized through Lina Magull to take the final to extra-time, where England slowly took the upper hand. And when the German defense failed to clear the ball, Kelly was on hand to stab home and make history.

It was a scrappy goal befitting a brilliantly scrappy final, but Chloe Kelly didn’t care, as she forced the ball over the line in extra-time to make history for England at Wembley.

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