In the dramatic Euro 2022 Final at Wembley Stadium, England defeated Germany 2-1 after extra time to win its first major women's championship ever.
Chloe Kelly's maiden international goal propelled the Lionesses to victory over the eight-time champion in front of an audience that set a record of 87,192 for a European Championship final, men's or women's. Lina Magull's equaliser was negated by goals from Kelly and Ella Toone, which put an end to an incredible tournament run.
A swashbuckling path to the championship game included a Euro record 22 goals scored and just two conceded, an 8-0 thrashing of world No. 11 Norway, and a 4-0 destruction of Sweden, the second-ranked team in the world.