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England’s Lionesses celebrate history-making Euro 2022 triumph

ENGLAND’S Lionesses roar with pride as they celebrate their history-making Euro 2022 triumph.

They showed male stars how it’s done as football finally came home yesterday — 56 years after our 1966 World Cup win — in a 2-1 extra-time victory over old rivals Germany at a sold-out Wembley.

The Queen hailed the team as “an inspiration”.

Substitute Chloe Kelly fired the Lionesses to glory — and tore off her shirt to celebrate as the nation erupted in joy.

Football finally came home — 56 years after the men’s 1966 World Cup triumph.

Chloe’s toe-poke into the net sealed a 2-1 extra-time triumph against old rivals Germany after a titanic battle at Wembley Stadium.

But it was the 24-year-old striker’s wild celebration of her historic strike which will live in the memory.


Manchester City star Chloe screamed as she wheeled away toward the touchline in her white sports bra — and was promptly booked.

But no one in the record-breaking crowd cared a jot about the caution as minutes later the final whistle was blown on an epic win.

Ecstatic Chloe said afterwards in a TV interview: “Oh my God. It’s amazing, honestly.

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