The best stats and facts from England's Euro 2022 win
England beat Germany in extra-time in the Women's Euro 2022 final at Wembley — breaking a number of long-standing records in the process.
Substitutes Ella Toone and Chloe Kelly were the Lionesses' heroines at the national stadium.
Manchester United star Toone gave England the lead in the 62nd minute before Lina Magull levelled 11 minutes from time.
With 10 minutes of extra-time remaining, it was Manchester City winger Kelly who grabbed the all-important goal for Sarina Wiegman's side.
Here are some of the best stats and facts as the Lionesses won their first major international tournament.
Did you know?
By winning at Wembley, England became just the fifth nation to win the Women's European Championship after Sweden, Germany, Norway and Netherlands.
England boss Wiegman is the first manager to win the European Championship with two different nations — both as hosts.
Furthermore, Wiegman has won all 12 of the games she has overseen at the Euros.
England's total of 22 goals at Euro 2022 is the most of any team — men's or women's — at a single European Championship.
Wiegman named the same starting XI in all six of England's games. No nation has ever named an unchanged side in as many consecutive games at a men's or women's European Championship.
England had eight efforts on target in the final — the most Germany have ever faced in a single fixture at the Euros, since records began in 2013.
Seven of England's 22 goals at this tournament were scored by substitutes. Only Germany (eight) in 2009 have previously scored more from the bench.
England goalscorers Toone and Kelly became the sixth and seventh different subs to score in the final of a Women's European Championship final — all seven have been on the winning side.
There were 87,192 spectators at Wembley — the most for a men's or women's European Championship final.
Germany have reached 69% of all the Women's European Championship finals but this is the first time Die Nationalelf have lost one.