England players celebrate with fans at victory party in London after clinching maiden Women's Euro title
England women's team stars celebrated their memorable maiden Euro triumph with thousands of fans at Trafalgar Square in central London on Monday. England defeated Germany 2-1 in a thrilling final on Sunday to win the Women's Euro 2022 title and lift the country's first major trophy in international football since 1966. Here are some of the glimpses of their victory party in London.
1) England win maiden Women's Euro title
England defeated Germany 2-1 in an enthralling final to lift their maiden Women's Euro title on Monday (August 01). The Lioness managed to get the better of Germany after a sensational winner from Chloe Kelly in the 110th minute after the game went into extra time at the Wembley. A record crowd of 87,192 witnessed the Lioness create history at the Wembley.
Chloe Kelly's iconic celebration
Both teams were under tremendous pressure in the extra time as they searched for the winning goal. But the moment arrived for England in the 110th minute when Chloe Kelly slotted the ball on home on a rebound after Germany faied to handle a corner. She waited for the referee to deem her goal legal before taking off her shirt to celebrate passionately with he teammates and the support staff.
England players celebrate with fans at victory party
The England women's team stars celebrated their memorbale Euro 2022 triumph with thousands of England fans at the Trafalgar Square in central London on Monday. The player were elated as they celebrated amid loud cheers from the fans. England manager Sarina Wiegman was also present at the victory party.
Fans cheer for the Lionesses
Right from kids to the older generation, football fans from across England were present at the Trafalgar Square in London to celebrate England's victory. The Women's Euro 2022 title is England's first major international trophy since 1966.
England players enjoy victory party
The England women's team stars along with their coach Sarina Wiegman were jubilant as they danced and sang during the victory party in London. The players also spoke about their experiences of fighting throughout the tournament to clinch glory at the end and finaly 'bring it home' for the country.