England capped a historic participation in the 2022 Women’s European Cup with goals and a good game, winning their first title at Wembley Stadium. Together with Hisense, the famous global TV brand sponsor of the contest, review the path to this grand finale.
The legendary Wembley Stadium was scene last Sunday of a real celebration for the triumph of England at the end of Women’s European Championshipthanks to a goal in added time to win 2-1 against Germany, in an exciting definition that worked overtime given the great parity between the two selected.
A final which had as guest star Hisensethe famous global television brand that was the official sponsor of the Women’s Euro and went all the way to the grand final, which brought together 87,192 spectators in the stands of the legendary English stadium, with hundreds more following the final on television.
In fact, the brand promoted the campaign #remember the namewith which he calls to boast female football talents through their own names, giving visibility to the great stars of the modality.
ENGLAND’S ROAD TO EURO 2022
The bone 14 goals in favor of the group stage were England’s statement of intent at Euro Women 2022. Style and vigor were put to the test by Spain in the quarter-finals. But, by dint of courage, determination and character, added to the Millie Bright’s commitment in defense, Sarina Wiegman’s good substitutions and Georgia Stanway’s goal in extra time He fooled England fans with a final, and they got what.
A near-perfect performance in the semi-finals was the prelude to a tough final against Germany. Where firmness, combined with two great goals, opened the trophy for the hosts of Women’s Euro 2022.
From the hand of Beth Mead, Las Leonas shone in the Women’s European Cup, and with a formidable start in the group stage: five goals from the Arsenal striker. Take players out on the wing, and use your control to cut and pass or shoot were the seals during this competition.
THESE ARE ENGLAND’S MATCHES AND RESULTS AT WOMEN’S EURO 2022
England 1-0 Austria
England 8-0 Norway
Northern Ireland 0-5 England
England 2-1 Spain
England 4-0 Sweden
England 2-1 Germany