After defeating Germany in the Women’s Euro 2020 final, England ended 56 years worth of heartbreak. The team celebrated with style and left fans stunned by the state of their players the next morning.
Record crowd of 87.192 watched the Lionesses win history against Germany 2-1 thanks to Ella Toone’s goal in the 62nd minutes. Substitute Chloe Kelly was the winner in extra time (110th).
It was a memorable night, as the team celebrated with singing the anthem. “Sweet Caroline”Wembley Stadium, with footy fans Sarina Wiegman, their manager, was gatecrashed at the post-match press conferenceThe celebrations continued well into the morning.
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The morning following the night before, players were ready to go for the parade in Trafalgar Square. Josh Denzel and Joelah Noble streamed live from Trafalgar Square before the team left.
Even though it was obvious that the women were feeling fragile, they had been partying all day.
“If you look over here this is what’s going on here – this is the kind of mood that we’re in camp,”Denzel spoke while pointing to Lucy Bronze, Keira Walsh and Nikita Perrys.
“Let us know, do they look ready for the parade?”He jokedly asked viewers.
“It’s the glasses for me that says superstar, European champions, as if the sun was shining,”Noble was also added to the list of women “chilling”The broadcast corner.
“The sun is shining we’ve got to protect our eyes,”Bronze was seen chatting back, while Roebuck could been seen sipping a cup of coffee.
Denzel joked then about the squad getting 12 hour sleep, to which Bronze replied that they had. “12 minutes,”Of shut-eye
England fans were shocked at the honest picture of the hungover team.
Captain Leah Williamson, another Lioness who felt worse after the celebrations, was also hilariously open about her state.
“How are you feeling today Leah?”Noble asked.
Williamson responded: “A little bit rough but alright.”
There were many England fans that celebrated last night, and they could easily relate to this morning.
Celebrate their incredible achievement as they deserve.
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