England were given a heroes’ reception as thousands of followers packed into London’s Trafalgar Sq. to rejoice their Euro 2022 triumph.
The group and Dutch supervisor Sarina Wiegman appeared on stage, belting out anthems ‘Sweet Caroline’ and ‘Freed From Desire’ – with match leading scorer Beth Mead shoehorned into the chorus – although there was confetti and sparklers aplenty.
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“What we’ve carried out for ladies and young ladies that can glimpse up and aspire to be us…” started captain Leah Williamson.
“I believe England have hosted an remarkable event and we have transformed the match in this region, and ideally throughout Europe, across the earth. But we explained we needed to make our legacy about successful and which is what we did.”
Chloe Kelly of England celebrates in the course of the Trafalgar Sq. bash
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Rachel Daly and Millie Vibrant had a little dance…
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Lucy Bronze, amongst the players potentially sensation worse for use in massive sunglasses, teased that there is “a single additional [trophy] we can get our fingers on following 12 months” in advance of the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
Jill Scott, the only survivor from the crew that completed runners-up at Euro 2009 and 1 of England’s most-capped gamers, resolved to job interview the most unlikely of attendees: the hat-sporting trophy. She also exposed she experienced apologised to her Grandma just after a clip of her swearing at Germany’s Sydney Lohmann went viral.
“Everybody who has set the shirt on, everyone that believed in women’s football. We just required to be ‘football’ and hopefully now that is how it really is perceived to be all around the environment,” said Scott.
Jill Scott ‘interviews’ the trophy
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Followers rejoice England’s historic triumph at Trafalgar Square
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Kelly’s iconic celebration, swinging her shirt about her head, has been greatly praised for empowering gals – though the match-winner joked on stage: “The shirt’s staying on!”
Meanwhile, fellow substitute Ella Toone, whose scrumptious lofted end opened the scoring, cheekily claimed that she taught England men’s captain Harry Kane how to complete like her.
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