An extra-time strike from forward Chloe Kelly gave England a 2-1 win over Germany
in the Women's European Championship last to guarantee their very first significant title before a record swarm on home soil.
Substitute Kelly responded fastest to a free ball from a corner in the second time of additional time on Sunday
to give her side the success and vindicate their loss by Germany in the 2009 Euro last in Helsinki, Finland.
Britain mentor Sarina Wiegman turned into the principal supervisor to win the Euros with two distinct countries,
having driven her local Netherlands to the title in 2017.
"I can't quit crying. We talk, we talk and we talk and we have at long last gotten it done.
You know what, the children are okay.
This is the proudest snapshot of my life," England skipper Leah Williamson said pitchside.