England secured its first major women’s championship after defeating Germany in the Euro 2022 Final. Over the last few weeks, the country’s women’s team has dominated the competition with landmark wins against Austria, Norway, Northern Ireland, Spain and Sweden.

On 31 July, the Lionesses faced off against eight-time European champions Germany in the event’s final match at Wembley Stadium.

After delivering an array of electric plays throughout the first half, Ella Toone put England in the lead with a jaw-dropping chip at the start of the second half.