Lionesses win Euro 2022: Fans erupt at Trafalgar Square as England win first Women’s Euros

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Lionesses win Euro 2022: Fans erupt at Trafalgar Square as England win first Women’s Euros” – below is their description.

England fans at Trafalgar Square gave their loudest cheer as they watched their team win the final of the Women’s Euro 2022 after extra-time.

Some of the fans jumped into the fountain to celebrate, prompting the organisers to switch the coverage off.

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