In front of a record-breaking home crowd, England defeated Germany 2-1 in the Women’s European Championship final on Sunday thanks to a goal from striker Chloe Kelly in extra time. This victory handed England its first-ever major championship.
In the second phase of extra time, substitute Kelly was the first to respond to a loose ball from a corner, giving her team the victory and exacting revenge on Germany for their humiliation in the 2009 Euro final in Helsinki.
Sarina Wiegman, the manager of England, became the first person to win the Euros with two separate teams after leading her native Netherlands to victory in 2017. It might also interest you to read Birmingham 2022: Olarinoye Wins Nigeria’s First Gold, Makes History
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