The English win the Women's Euro at home against Germany (2-1)

The English win the Women’s Euro at home against Germany (2-1)

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11:08 p.m. : We are closing ! Not without taking a last look at the main headlines.

• A fire which broke out in the afternoon in the town of Aubais, in the Gard, ravaged 350 hectares of vegetation and is not yet fixed this evening, despite the intervention of more than 500 firefighters. Six of them were injured battling the flames. In a press release at 10:30 p.m., the SDIS ensures that the situation is changing “favorably”.

• Météo France has placed five departments, Ardèche, Drôme, Gard, Vaucluse and Pyrénées-Orientales, on the alert orange heat wavewhile a heat wave is expected over most of France from Monday.

• It crushed the competition in the mountains: it is logical that Dutch Annemiek van Vleuten won the first edition of the Women’s Tour de France. She had the luxury of winning the last stage aloneconcluded on the Super Planche des Belles Filles.

• We had to go to extra time, but the English won the first title in their history by beating Germany (2-1) in the final of Euro 2022. Football is coming homeas we sing across the Channel.

See you tomorrow, six o’clock, for the rest of this live!

10:23 p.m. : OH MY GOD.

10:23 p.m. : It’s the caterpillar which remaaaaaarre during the press conference of the English coach, slightly (but then, slightly) disturbed by her jubilant players.

10:07 p.m. : It’s over, PSG won the Champions Trophy by outclassing Nantes (4-0). Match report here!

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9:38 p.m. : @Another Peter It is not so obvious in terms of final victory. If we take the Men’s Football World Cup as a reference point, you have since 1930 four teams that have won at home, which is not so spectacular. On the other hand, 13 teams playing at home have made it to the last four in the 22 editions that have taken place. We remember teams that outperformed, like South Korea in 2002, which has never repeated such a performance since.

9:35 p.m. : I would like a short answer because I have been asking myself the question for a few years now… are teams playing at home favored during major competitions???

9:28 p.m. : A quick look at the score of this meeting, the walks in front of Nantes and leads with goals from Messi and Neymar in particular. The match can be followed live here.

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9:26 p.m. : @match of the climatic cata Unable to relocate championship days (although the English Premier League is seriously considering doing so), the big championships send their gala matches to be played abroad, to reach new audiences. This is how the trophy of the French champions has been a globetrotter since 2009 with, for example, matches in Canada, Morocco or for two years, in Israel. The carbon footprint sometimes weighs little compared to the accounting balance sheets…

9:24 p.m. : Good evening FranceInfo! I have just learned, surprised and above all shocked, that the PSG / Nantes match was being held in … Tel Aviv? I imagine that for these two teams it was too complicated to take a train and meet halfway, at Le Mans or Rennes?! What indecency and what lack of intelligence on the part of the organizers at a time of an energy crisis and a climate catastrophe already underway! Surprising and shocking that no one at the Fff or in the clubs realized the absurdity of the situation. It is hopeless ! Already no football, this type of event will not reconcile me with this sport! Good evening and thank you for your daily work (of which I am a fan in this case)

9:18 p.m. : “Your success goes far beyond the trophy you have so deservedly earned.“You have all set an example that will be an inspiration for girls and women today, and for future generations.” sent a message of congratulations to the @Lionesses: https://www.royal.uk/message-congratulations-queen-england-womens-football-team

9:18 p.m. : Small disappointment, Queen Elizabeth II did not pose for a selfie with the Lionesses jersey on her back. But sends them his written congratulations in a tweet. “It’s an achievement for the team, staff included. (…) Your success goes far beyond the trophy that you have amply deserved.”

9:01 p.m. : 😍 YOUR EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS 😍

9:01 p.m. : After “Football is coming home”, “We are the champions” to continue this football evening in music!

8:57 p.m. : History makers. Record breakers. Game changers.
Incredible scenes at the Trafalgar Square fan party as England wins the #WEURO2022. We couldn’t be more proud of the @Lionesses if we tried.

8:57 p.m. : It’s a little more alcoholic in Trafalgar Square, but it’s still good-natured 😉

8:56 p.m. : Unbelievable. Finally, we won!!Relief and joy here at the British Embassy in France. 🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇫🇷#itshome #Lionesses #WEuro2022Final

8:56 p.m. : Great atmosphere at the British Embassy in France after this English victory, the first title of the Lionesses. And given the average age of the audience, few of them were there in 1966 when the Three Lions won the World Cup against Germany (and already at Wembley, well!).

8:42 p.m. : Football has come home! A stunning victory by the @Lionesses. Huge congratulations to Sarina, Leah and the whole team. Football pitches across the country will be filled as never before by girls and women inspired by your triumph. #WEURO2022

8:42 p.m. : The (still) British Prime Minister Boris Johnson congratulates the players of the England team. “A splendid victory for the Lionesses. Congratulations to Sarina, Leah, and the whole team. The football fields will be filled with girls like never before by little girls and women inspired by your triumph!”

8:38 p.m. : Finally it confirms that the English teams only know how to win in England…

8:37 p.m. : Congratulations to the English European champions after 56 years. 🥳 and congratulations also to the Germans they did not deserve BRAVO girls 🥳🥳🥳🎉

8:36 p.m. : Finally, the women’s football euro is exactly like the men’s, it’s super interesting and it’s really very annoying when England wins…

8:36 p.m. : Football is a simple game. 22 women chase a ball for 90 minutes and, at the end, England actually wins. Congratulations @lionesses. Fabulous.

8:36 p.m. : “Football is a very simple sport. 22 players fight for a ball for 90 minutes and in the end England win, for real!”

8:33 p.m. : 🏆 OUR ENGLAND. OUR CHAMPIONS. 🏆

8:32 p.m. : Football is coming home ! England won the Women’s Euro by dominating Germany in the final (2-1, after extra time).

8:29 p.m. : @Mark If, absolutely, the rules are the same for girls as for boys!

8:29 p.m. : Hello Peter. No yellow card for the removed jersey?

8:27 p.m. : @Jeanne We had made the same lawsuit to the American Brandi Chastain in 1999, on the contrary, one can see in it a spontaneous celebration of joy, without ulterior motives.

8:27 p.m. : Jersey removed, why does she take the same ridiculous ways of men’s football…

8:24 p.m. : English goal à la Gerd Muller 👍

8:24 p.m. : Brandi Chastain tribute celebration.

8:24 p.m. : Brandi Chastain. 1999. Chloe Kelly. 2022. Iconic!

8:23 p.m. :OMG! OMG! OMG!CHLOE KELLYYYYYYYYYYYY! 🙌

8:23 p.m. :OMG! OMG! OMG!CHLOE KELLYYYYYYYYYYYY! 🙌

8:23 p.m. : The second English goal scored by Chloe Kelly who takes off the top, like Brandi Chastain, the legendary American player who scored the decisive penalty in the 1999 World Cup final ! A mess on a corner, the English player who makes her way through and manages with the tip of her foot to push the ball into the back of the net! 2-1 for England 10 minutes from the end!

8:13 p.m. : Half-time of the extension, not much to report on this first act. We feel a lot of fear of conceding the fatal goal among the 22 actresses of this meeting. 1-1 between England and Germany.

8:00 p.m. : A major change to report: the German striker Lina Magull gives way to Linda Dallmann for these 30 extra minutes of play. Still 1-1 between England and Germanyand we hope that the 22 actresses will continue the momentum of the very nice second half, rather than a return to the soporific first act.

7:58 p.m. : The golden goal disappeared in 2002, and the silver goal a few years later. We start with a classic formula for this final: two 15-minute halves, and penalties if the two teams are still tied at the end.

7:57 p.m. : How does the extra time work? Highlander style, can only one remain? Golden goal way? Normal way? Thank you for the answer.

7:51 p.m. : The 90 minutes have elapsed and theEngland and theGermany failed to decide! We will be entitled to extra time in this final of the Women’s Euro.

7:48 p.m. : @Sandrine Because she hasn’t been German Chancellor for a little year, right?

7:47 p.m. : Why is Angela Merkel not present for the final of the Women’s Euro?

7:47 p.m. : My mother is a German teacher, my wife is an English teacher. I won’t tell you about the heavy atmosphere at the table. Good evening to all!

7:47 p.m. : @kat Let’s measure our enthusiasm a little, many of the matches that do not concern England took place in front of small rooms.

7:46 p.m. : 87,192 people at Wembley, RECORD GAUGE for a Euro match, men and women combined, but there are always haters to tell you that women’s sport and women’s football don’t interest anyone 🤷🏼‍♀️# WEURO2022 #ENGGER #ANGALL

7:44 p.m. : It’s a wooden trophy, so we’ll talk about it a lot less than the Euro final (don’t worry, those allergic to football), but the match PSG-Nantes, organized in Tel-Aviv, will begin in a few minutes. To follow the Champions Trophy minute by minute, direction the direct of these devils of franceinfo sport.

(FRANCK FIFE / AFP)

7:42 p.m. : Ah bugger, Germans being Germans.

7:42 p.m. : Gary Lineker, the author of the legendary phrase “and in the end, Germany wins”reacts to the German equalizer on Twitter: “Bug, the Germans will always be the Germans!”

7:38 p.m. : Congratulations ladies! Superb goal completely deserved considering your commitment in this 2nd half… Nothing is decided, we return to the game again

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